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RICHMOND. VA. ^^^^^ 



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Beach Sun 



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in Virginia Beach (or the People of Virginn Beach 



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Volume XLI, No. 35 



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MEMBERSHIP STILL SECRET 



GGA Holds Meeting To Draw 
Rules More Palatable 



V:Rai\iIA BEACH— An unpub- unsn'mous vote of the existing 
llcized meefng at the Pine Tres board. 
Inn reportedly attended by ab^ut 
20 per-oHs was held recen')" b" 
the new group known as the "Good 
Govirnmcnt Assjciation", accord, 
ing :o one of its listed directjrs" 
F. Re d Ervin. 

E.-via said that the group mat 
, and eansidered changes in it: ar- 
ticles of incorporation, initial by- 
laws and constitution. He added 
that th€ bv-laws and c^ns"' Jtian 
would probably be adopted sa-ne- 
time in Novembar. 

Tne original articles of incor- 
pcratiun s.atod t'-at t.ie corpora- 
tion members of Good Govern- 
ment Fand, Inc.. would be mad? 
up cf those who made a financial 
pledge, but ths: the members 



The original directors wer? idin. 
t:!:el a-; Beverly P. Middle: jn, 
Daniel J. .Arris, J. Frank Malbjn, 
F. Reid E.'vjn and Rhae Ad.ms. 
.Adams was to serve as presd-3nt. 

I.i addition the names of mem- 
be.'s of ths Atsociation were not 
to bo divulged even though a fi- 
nancial contribution was made. 

|Re;:ortedly the Association and 
Fund ware having difficulty git- 
ting fi'-ancial pledges and mem- 
b ,-3 because of the strict ruie of 
a faw and lack of acting partici- 
pation. 

E.-vin noted that amendments 
to t.he fund ssiup were discussed, 
including the election of directors 



would not have the right to vote at intervals and membership vot- 

on corporation matters. ing rights. He also said it was de- 

Another article in the incorpora. cidsd that no elected public of- 

tion papers stated that the original ficial or candidate for office would candidates in the past. Tlisre is 



rolk will be mad2 available. 

T.ie stated purpose of Jss Asso- 
ciation is to "promote good rep- 
r s^ntative gover.iment at the 
Federal, States and Local levsls to 
thi b.st interest of the citizens 
of the City of Virginia Beach, 
V.rg.nia". Farther amplification 
of these principles have iwt been 
fcrthcoming, and the Association's 
stand on present goveraTient of- 
ficial has not been releas.d. 

It is believed t-h-at tiie Asso- 
ciat on has been formed as an 
"a.iti" gro..;j, much like the Rog- 
er Malb'n group of the 50's, ag- 
ainst tne present dominant Or- 
ganization governing Virginia 
Beach, however no criticisnns of 
anything have bean leveled so 
far. T^o of the directors, Ervin 
and .Adams, have been unsuccess- 
ful anti-Organization councilmatic 



Incorpco-ators would be the initial be eligible to serve as an officer 

Board of Directors, and that the or director, if the constitution un. 

initial directors would serve for der consideration is passed, 

life. Another article stated that The membership of the group 

the nun*er of directors would re. has stiH not been made public, 

main constant until increased by and it is doubtful that the secret 



still no word available whether 
City Treasurer and bng-time Or- 
ganization supporter V. A. Eth- 
eridge has accepted or will accept 
a position on a key committee of 
GGA, reportedly offered to him. 



INTER-CITY RADIO HOOKUP ^ 

Police Install jSiew System 

By Jack Moore being first to it^tall its portion of quarters Is staffed by a nvBnber 

VBROINUV BEACH - The Vii^ ^ syrtem. is part of the depart- tf men, any of whom can operate 

e Beach Police Department mint's continwflg effort to increase tbe^ ma^er oontrots. Ten pecde 

bec«ne 1^ tfrst Tidewater 4» cibiKtiM Direu^ communlcfr M» mtAjf to lake aim t)» d|^«B- 

conwnunity t» install its poition of tfen. of the dispalcher. dwuld the need 

the new police inter-city corranun- Oriy recentiy flie Virgiiua ai>ise. "niey are faoiMiar with all 

krations system. Beac^h Pdice Depaitmerrt instaUad fAases of ttie opwation— from ans. 

The new innovation in crime a nsw mat'ter control panel at wcing the phone, to taking oom- 

fif^tii^ was the brainchild of the Princess Anne Ccurt House. T*e plainte, to operating the teletype 

Tidewater Chapter Crime Clinic, Beach force was the first Tide- machines. 

which is headed 1^ Virginia water da;;ffltment to equip its Prior to the department's mov° 

Beach's Chief of the Bureau of beat patrolmen with "walkie- ♦" 'urease its comnninicatigns ef- 

Safety, Reeves E. Johnsxm. te'lkies". Va» borough policemen fectiv«>»s, there was no tele. 

Thls new radio network allows were equipped with the hand sets *'' " s-rvice be'ween the First 
the vjfficus Tidewater communi- three yesrs ago. Twelve such sets Precinct aid Ihe Second Pre- 
tie? to communicate with each are seeing action on the beach cinct. Now the departement has 
ether m<M-e rapidly than ever, this simimer. The little two-watt HWtsJled a teHetype system for 
Previously sSk communities were radio can relay its transmission ^^'^ rrecirot communication. This 
carried either by '^e state police through the 300-watt transmitter it was date in advance of the con- 
teletype or by tde^Aone. Now with Prince's Anne Ccurt House, there- ^ "uct'nn gf the "niird Preciiwt ui 
the push of a button any one de- hy giving the beat patrc'man and '^*>?'**^ ^ ... 
cartmeirt can broadcast emergency any other department th^ uses it A&l *e radio commimicatiors 
in''omration to any or aU of the unlimited nncbaity. iratsi^ation work was dme by C 
other departaients in the area. The police department has 16 of 'L Hirkle and L. L PuMin ol 

The new system, according to these hand sets, in addition to Tidew^er E.ectronks OompM»y- 

the Crime ainic, wtH cost each their other units. Those other units "'« firm not o^V iiwtalled the 

police department approximately inCude 75 vehildes-^cara, trucks, «l«ipmo* ^ *« department 

12.000. a cheap price for the in- jee-- and boats. ^^ services it as w^l. 

creased effectiveness in the fight The ntw master contrd panel /"e communications department 

aga'n4 crime. was instal'Ied last September and o^ the Vugrnia Beach Pohce De- 

m the Tidewater cities, with features many safety and emer- partment is commanded by U. K. 
the exce^ion of Portanouth have gercy features not betoe provid- 
beigun takirig steps towards in- ed.At present, the depnInWnt is 
stalling their portions of the sys- using only one channeJ. but 1»6 
tem. Portsmouth, however, is ex- applied for and has received ap- 
pected to foP.ow suit quickly. prcval for a .«econd. 

The system involves one tone- TIk dispatcher now has the 
coded d»ara»el of ultra4ii0J fre- controls for aH the emergency and 



Center On 
Wheels To 
Be Built 



VA. B'E.ACH-^'Vnothef shopping 
eentir will be built in V.rginia 
Beach, but t'lis o.ie will be unique 
on t.18 East C^ast, according to 
Thc.Ti2s Kvras, of Larasjn Realty 
Co-Tipenv, who ann-^unf^ the cen- 
ter Wddnaiday afternoon. 

The Center is to be known as 
I le Center on Wheels and will con- 
siit of two aitom;:bile ageny^es, 
and the sale and serv'ce of any- 
t'ing on wheels. The center is al- 
ready unier conslruction on Vir- 
ginia Beach Eouhvard in Lynn- 
la ven Borough one mile ea;! of 
Princsis Anne Plaza S'w^ping 
Center. RX Chevrolet and E.-nrhae 
F-rd will anchor the two ends of 
the center, and it is projected for 
.iie rest of the retail and service 
outlets to be located between the 
two. 

Although no firm leases have 
been Mgned as yet, the transpor- 
tation center is designed to serve 
the needs of the city in all auto- 
motive needs. There will be many 
"Wheel" related firms, such as 
an -aut;mcbile financing and insur- 
ance firm, two service stations, 
a car rei>tal agency, a car wash, 
tire shop, muffler shop, glass 
shop, trim and upholstery shop, 
glass and radiator shop arid even 
a di^tey of private places for 
purchase or rental. 

In addition, there will be a 
surf board shop, bike and nvotor- 
bike shop, boat sales store, seU- 
serVice laundry, barber shop, 
baauty., ^^ag, and restaurant. 
"TW center wffl haw «,«» aq. 
feejt of retail space and the entire 
center including :.ie twx) auto ag- 
encies will be built at a etat^of 
over $3 million. There will be 
parking for ovw 400 cars in the 
center. The entire center is ex- 
pected to do a gross business of 
sbout $18 milliOT. 

Completion of the entire center 
is expected in the spring of 1937. 
Rental is being handled by Lar- 
asan 4 Kellam & Eaton. 




THIS IS THE COTTAGE IN WHICH John W. Murphy barricaded him self with a small arsenal and fought a ragbag gun battle with ptdlce 
Sunday night. Windows were shot out by police when tear gas grenades were lobbed inside. Murphy was found dead cm the sofa inside Ibc 
cottage. 

DAUGHTER'S NERVOUS CONDITION MAY BE MOTIVE ' 



Investigation Continues Into 
Shooting, Gun Battle, Suicide 



VIRGINIA BE.'\OH— Police are called a cab and asked the driver, 

continuing their Investigation into L. M. Potter, to take him to a 

the shocting-suicide Sunday night, house on BSth Street. Uien a House 

which began at the Cavalier Beoch on 59th Street, then to the Cava- 

a.Td Cabana Clib and ended near, iier Beach and Cabana Club. Mur. 

ly five-^ hours later in a cottage on phy reportedly toW Potter he was 



Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

After shooting a stranger, en- 
gaging in a fierce gun battle with 
Virginia Beach police, narrowly 
mis£ing several people snd caus- 
ing considerable property damage 



J. Hlacky. who hoipes to increase 
the effectiveness of his department 
even more in the future. 

Seaside To Close 



Lynnhaven 
Man Killed 
In Traffic 



VA. BE.'VCH — Seaside Park in 

quency. In layman's tenms. the backup syetons at his fingertips. Virginia Beach Borou^ will close 

sy«^em worfcs this way: when a The new em«^ency system in. Monday night, after a successful 

department begins a broadcast its eludes a power g«ierator k> the season cliniaxing on Labor Day. 

transnitter emits a tone which in event of a power failure, so that The final attraction will be a 

turn triggers *e other b-ansmit- police communicatwns can con- firewwks display at 10 p.m. Mon- 

ters of the system. tinue uninterrujrted. ^y 

Tliis move by Virginia Beach, in Tfie "radio room" at poJke head- 




VlRGJiNIA BEACH— An 82-year 
old man was killed ins'.-ntly Tues. 
day when fie was reportedly struck 
from behind while walking along 
Little Neck Road. 

The man, identified as Clark 
Whitehurst, was struck by a car 
driven by Trudy Jeanette Letser, 
25, according to police. She was 
charged with manslaughter and 
reckless driving. A witness said 
the nvan was struck and knocked 
about 120 feo'. as the car came 
around a curve. Police say ano- 
ther witness stated Wiitehurst 
may have walked or stumbled in- 
to the traffic lane. 

Whitehurst. who lived at 549 
Little Neck Road was a native of 
Princess Anne County and a re- 
ared seafo-d dealer. 



looking for his daught^. 

Once inside the club he puUed 
a gun and a knife, and a bystand- 
er. Carl Wayne King, 22, of Dur- 
ham, North Caedaia, attm^ited 
to stop hkn. King alleg£*y hit 
with an arsenal" of guns. John Murphy and Murphy diot him at 
Wesley Murphy, 49, of MK Vir- *^^ ^ront door of the club in dear 
ginia Beach Boulevard, apparant- view of the cab driver who alerted 
ly shot and killed himself. P^'^ce- 

Friends and neig'-bors have de- Murphy told Potter he would 

scribed the late trailer court op- '"^'- ^"^* him and to take him 

erator as a quiet person devoted '"'^^- '^^^ cab driver cwi^lied. 

to his wife and two children. They Moments later poUce and the cab 




OFTICER C. F. onwMlNt^ ^erali» tbe ftiOt* dt^HoMirt't maitu nrtliMMrd. wMcli is l«»l«d al 
Amat Cmui Hwue. Started m itf tt At canted Utti it Mm Wrrdtr 
traMmtttM^. Vtafteia BmA mi H^ frit T Mwutoi dty to p^ tUk < 
(Sn Photo bjr Mmn> 



Adult Education 



VIRGNIA BE.\CH- Plans are 
beuig made by the Virginia Beach 
C tv S:Yc : Board to :ffer high 
>chool cour £i in the evening at 
Princess Anne Hi£i'i School b:gin- 
.'.ng Sep; .-nbcr I2th. 

Regstrat'cn for these courses 
will t'ke place on Se, t3mb:r 7Ji 
ar.d 8th, 7:30 p.m si Pr.ncess 
Anne Hiui School. 

Academic and bu-iness courses 
•vill be cffered if the demaml is 
sufficient. A tuition charge cf $10 
per cojrse will be neecs ary. 

All c'ns3€s wiH meet on .Moniay 
jnd Wedcf«lay evening;. 7-10 p. 
m throu^KXit the year High 
School cre(£t can be obtained if 
denrad. 

Fcr further iirftmnation contact 
the Sdiool Board Office, Prmceas 
Anne ^htion. 



added, however, that he sonje- 
times drank too much but had 
never been known to cause a ser- 
iou? prcblem dur!ng those per- 
iods He was a^'parently well- 
liked by all who knew him. 

Close acquaintances also said lie 
was extremely distraught about 
the d:ath of his mother about two 
weck^ ago. They said the two h5Ki 
been very close. In addition, 
friends said he was upset con- 
cerning the condition of his dau- 
ghter Kilchie, 16, whom they said 
had been hospitalized "about a 
week ago". 

There was speculation that Mur. 
phy went "berserk'" Sunday eve- 
ning. Police said that they were 
Cilkd to the Murphy home by his 
wife, Annette. Slie had reptjrtedly 
told p'jiicc her hi.sband had point, 
ed a gun at her and ■■ciieki-d it", 
then Arne thi -'^ame to other rela- 
tives in the house. . 

Mrs. Murphy left the h'^u-e and 
spent the nil :t w;tk frien;^;, ai- 
tloigh she was br-u^'l b..k to 
the h-rs: iTin;^ t'^e -'o lin^ in- 
c '3 t by ;)>;:ce. but did nu Vave 
the car. Siie s^id her ^u >and 
i-.cd been d.-irk;ng. Police left the 
h ;. :c wh^n they thjugl^t Mur;>hy 
h.-'d g ne to bed. 

Shortly after 10 pm. Murphy 



Forget-Me-Not Day 



V\ EEACII-Ran ir shine, lit- 
tie blue Cowers will blosiom on 
city streets tomorrow. It :? F.rg.t- 
Me-C\'.t Day. 

DI:ahled .American V.lerans, 
Vrpaia Beach Chapttr .No, M. 
will have availihk the forget me- 
not boutonniers lor ail rrs.der.ts 
vi'^o wi&h to coi«ribute to the work 
d.ne by ftW fw all di.^ab!«l vet- 
erans UI the community 

The annual Forget -.Mt^Nrt cam- 
paign will be heW September 2, 
3. 5, MS. 



driver parked nearby and fteir 
ears were riddled wtih buHets. 
Six police vehicles aiKl the cab 
were struck by bullets from all 
types of guns, according to police. 

Several people, including mlicp 
and some of Murphy's rdatives. 
a 5 well as innocent motwists and 
neighbors in the trailer court were 
pinned down by bullet fire which 
narrowly missed at lea^ ttoee 
persor^s. Two policemen were 
nearly hit, according to polk% re- 
ports. 

■nie gun battle en<ted shortly 
after midnight, but police did not 
try to enter the house until three 
hours later after firing tear gas 
in the windows. When they en- 



THIS CAB was one (rf several vehicles shot up during the gunbattte oa 
17th Street. 

to be worth thousMds of dollars, the name of an employee of the 
sbout 15 weapons in all, including Cavalier Beach and Cabana Club, 
an elephant gun which had been whom .MurjAy had allegedly been 



used in the gun battle. Murphy 
was an expert shot, an avid hunt- 
er and a gun collector. 



lc:king for. The cab driver said 
Mur;i;y was looking for someone 
named "Tommy". 



lered they found Murhpy dead on the motive lor the stiooting, gun 
the s fo, .apparently the victim of battle and suicide was not clear. 



Police had pleaded unsuccess- It was also reported that Mur- 
fuUy with Murphy to surrender, phy thought the yming man re- 
using bulUioms. A large crowd sponsible l<x his daughter's being 
gathered and police sav several in the hospital where she report- 
persons arrived with their own edly was suffering from some sort 
weapons, hoping to get ui on the of nervous disorder. AHteugii po- 
fray. They were turned away. Po. lice would vfA confirm or deny 
li<» say they were hampered by the repwts. it was rumored that 
nianerous bystanders who tried to Murphy believed the man had 
get too close, some in the actual given his daughter some type of 

"pep pills" 3k a party, and that 
she had gone honje in a "high 
state of nervouaiess". 



line of fire. 
As 'the investigation continued, 



a self-inflicted head wound. A 
small pwtol was reportedly found 
at hi? side, 
Al?o in the hou?e, police found 



a gun and rifle ccllection thought 



althou>;h there was serious spec- 
ulatioi^ that Murpyh had been 
!o king fw a man who had been 
out with his Ift-year old dau. iter. 
Police confirmed that they had que tioned. 



Lt. Williem Davis. Chief of De- 
t«:tives. said that he had not 
bean able to talk to the mother or 
to the ycjng grl. He said he did. 
not k.".ow wlien t ley couW be 




WORKMEN ARE BUSY iMtoDtof atiwel Hghto hetweea Keln R«ad mi nala Ct%A m VIrtfito 
BMlevutL Reeves E. Jnhw i oa. C3i|f «f the 9wtm •( Safety uM m^ McttM af Ok tmunj li «bt mm 
cM^itod Md heavUj trav^ed smHm «f rMiway ii tbe rc«K« city. '-" .-|„ am &m lg*i «■ ^ !«» 
cd M whoi VI3KX> eM^pkiM iMMhMn. wyeh lse]9«eM to he iMk 41m rtato 1^ MMm) 




Sf%rg^tM Bedch SUN, Tliursday, Septwiber 1, 1966 
Hagea 

t Weskyan Next For {(utli 

S'lE !aug!ii2)g!y ^sittat t: bali^ 
"adJ :t;dl to restfng" "I r:ad 
every tlir.g 1 can. As ■ child I 
ra£d a J r bci.ime with a fl^ah- 
ligl-it und.r ihz covsr.! I've raad 
by candle! i[^ t, whils walking, 
whi'.e c;ck;ng (I -fr with :ne 'ir,.rd 
and ho'd a bD;k in t'le oir.irV, 
while eatirj, while waiting. I 
eou'tii't oCjL witicui my r2zl- 
ing." 

Ruth is very pleased with \hs 
ap{^. lU&J.y d- Ccacl:Jig at Virgiaia 
We.leyaa. "With it being a r...v 
college we wiD maks sur cnvn 
tracEtions. Ti^re ara no fDuidars 
Id ecnatete; m) ivy vjz'.h to rev- 
ere. We are stertJig as a ne.v in- 
timate family in a new .school 
Hei% we will kasw (aa pupils, and 
our students will know us." 

Knowing Ruth Sherman will be 
a deti^ to both studei^ and 
faoiHy n^ddters. She was born 
in Masra^usatts, attended schools 
in Bostsn and Paris, Zurich and 
Charlotte, N. C. where she fin- 
ished (ugh school. She furtiierad 
her ecbic^iim at such educational 
institutions as So.Jiei] Sania&ry 
(iBuene Vista), University of CaM- 
fonua (B«i^y) and Umversity 
of Rhode klmid (Kiiigston). S^ 
re:%ived ha- AB and MA d^ees 
at mu in Engli^ Literature. 

She is cutt'v^ly oiA a leave of 
abcence frats the George Washing- 
ten University (Washington, D.C.) 
whffe siie is mrolled in t^ doc- 
toral program in English L^. 
Meonber of tN Gradu^e Oxincil 
Pere, and b^ cafnpleted all cour- 
sss for her PhD. 

Reoeittly sitit was a graduate 
teachi]^ assistaitt in the Pepart- 
meat d Englah at the Uidver«ity 
ol Riiode Isknd. and an Imbtiot- 
or, part time, in ^le Department 
d FYeshman English at the Geo- 
rge Washington University. 

And in a couple of weeks she 
will be at Virginia Wesleyan as 
an Instructor in English together 
with Joseph H. Harkey who has 
taught at North Georgia College, 
t!ie Adirondadc Conanunity Col- 
lie in New York, and has been 
Dean of Men at FYede.-ick College. 

The study of English will take 
on new life at Virginia Wesleyan 
when Ruth Sherman brings her 
enthusiasm and vigor and vast 
store of knowl«ige tj the fresh- 
man class at Wesleyan College. 






A Pretty American 

By Douglas Barnes 
A very popular bok eatkled 
"Tl e Ugly American" was a no- 
vel Ml ti2 Bi ; Seller lit: a year 
cr so 3g,7. \i a re.jrtrc.- atave of 
the SmeT:2n way of L'e and as 
a iij-.„'3n u.^bmat, the hc.j was 
cistinLlly "ugiy" in cl.aractir anJ 

pre. 



..-ge cr.a^eJ the wro.ig im- 
jn cf A.T.oriea a-: a wadIs. 



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BOHL wumammUM 
vmmui ^.\£n-A good 

^leathet mdEs iBtcird^ «ad iatd- 

^^^H^ tt) periiuixi an expert job 

'^ am d i» weed's most hc»- 

^1^1^ prtdes&OBs. Fm- upon him 

*idr btr re^ the swss:xm re^xtn- 

. ;0bQi.y (rf maldise and influencing 

•tlm lives (rf peepfe, aai iiiings. 

C hisi ^ snail bicdty iaaSty tii 

C3-ed|K^i(Htal Virginia Wesleyan 

C^ajhsge vCacb nfiws its acad^iic 

&e»s ba r^ftf^ratkin on Sefrtem- 

Mr ]X. «fli cone such a teadifr 

• 'nfia is m l^ar to her pnrfessioa. 

Bi^i B. hennas, wie of Ca^ 

^An 0. SNnnaB Jr. (XMi) and 

m^^ of 0ay fbtswoaa, age I3. 

' hs aa iastruf^or in freslunaii 



Mis :--n;rej3iDn 
be g.v:n to tne pupils and 
f..ei.ds 0. .Mary .An.n '"Teidle") 
(ji.vid, a former teacher and B- 
b.ai.an in L'.e VL-gtma Beach 
:;h:ol j}3tem, w'.z ie.t last wz^k 
for N<api^5, where shs w.ll i>e a 
Ib.a. jin at the Frist S^e'P-in 
Eluiwj^ary School for Naval De- 
pend :n:j in Uiis itaiisa metropaa* 

Last year she ȣ* in Greeca on 
the I aff ?f an Air Force School. 

Before taking u? her djties, she 
wiU pin friends to visit Madrki, 



^MJ>]NG TOaR &ai/3MAa, the graduating group from the Beauty Camp parade up and down the 
roBway. 





was very femam in ber 
GMOBCEte regatliag her work. "I 

'■ainfl eod^vor to wak witb our 
iii^As in dbve^tng tber {ac- 
Jty £« undostan^tng w^t diN 
Tmd. Our freshman coma wffl 
'afeo inchule, wnphasis on conqjo- 
sition and writing clearfy and 
eccn>rdiensively. What motivates 
the diaracter to act as he does? 
VWv£t is the theme? What does 
the author mean in his symbo- 
ifam? ^.\ will be leading ques- 
tions in my clasas studying e&- 

*S^s, short staries. poetry, drama, 
aiKl one ^)eufk novel." 

" Mrs. I^erman, a stylist and 
ywithftil appearing brunette with 
bkie^eoi eyes, went sb-aight to 

^e point r^arding her career and 

• wcmen who work in goieiad. "I 
^ bedkve a woman ^nuJd be quali- 

• fied to hoW a job, in case she 
' wante to, and in case she needs to! 

• K she wants to work .at k^ pno- 

• fcssion, she ^teuid iMte tiut pdv- 
t ilege. If she must work, she 

• ^mM have some kind of sidll aoi 
i ki»wledge so she may wvk to- 

• ward be- oma independoice md 



K^s Jud^ Umok. of Bufiak>. 
N.Y., <fauigfater 0^ Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur Laramie, formerly of Vir- 
pua B^gk, is vising Mr. and 
Ifrs. Jack So3«D of Chesopeian 
Coiony. 



UiH^Gamel (Photo by Caaaadra) 

Rame, and EpAesus, TuAey, 
wfaere. acwrdii^ to St. Luke, is 
kicated the site of the burial place 
of St. John- 
Miss Ganzel ^lent last summer 
with. her mother, Mrs. Louis Gan- 
zel of the Mayflower Apts. WWle 
heme, she played a gera: deal of 
tennis, and enjoyed the company 
of her 4 nephews the sons of Mr. 
and Mrs. Larry B. Whales, Jr., 
on Cavalier Drive!. 

"What a privilege I have," she 
said; "to travel abroad, and to 
be able to guide students in the 
proper educational channels, and 
to represent my country wherever 
I go, and in wiiatever I partici- 
pate." "Teedie" has alsD headed 
many religious Episcopalian 
groups, and is an author. 

"Teedie" Ganzel will be "Tlie 
Pretty .American" in gentility, in 
appearance i she's an olive-tint:d 
Latin brunette) and in Christian 
character sbroad, and whereVer 
she goes, the mythical stars and 
stripes will gently wave above hsr. 



City Demos 
B(u:k Sf^^, 
Byrd, Dmming 

ViBGiINIA BEPACH - f3» City 
Democratic Coavnittee has n^nied 
its chairmen ag^ vics-ctiairmen, 
as co-chairmen of the Virginia 
Beach campaipi Iw U. S. Sena- 
tor Harry F. ^yrd, Jr and Stiate 
Senator William t. Spoi^ Jr. in 
the Senatorial races and for First 
District Congresaman Thomas N. 
Downing, who is unoKXJsed. 

John V. Felitoess mi R. R. 
(Bu<My) MdJiesaey vnll be the 
campaign managers in the No- 
vember general election. 

Fentress noted that the City 
Democratic Committee i^ans to 
wage an organized campaign for 
the two Senate seats and tl^ con. 
gre;sional seat. He said, "We will 
not just give lip service to the 
campaigns'. 

Fentress and McChPsn?-/ had 
bath blacked Robertson against 
Sponp in the July primary. Fen- 
tre:s said, "Thais over now." 

He added that the aim ot the 
Committee now is the electio-n of 
democrats in Noven^r. Byrd Mid 
Spong are the democratic nomi- 
nees for the U. S. Senate, opposed 
by Republicans and Conservatives. 

In adcfition the Committee ap: 
proved a r8r:!jtio.n to hold ov^r 
all unused campaigning funds for 
a "war chest", and another to 
expand the committee by 12 mem. 
bers. 



Lions Sponsor Essay Contest 

■Rie youth df Vijieinia Besch tJian 130 countries in the free 

have been given a challenge to de- world, wi^I be the largest. Peace 

velcp a pJan for world peace by Essay Coirteat in the wor^d today, 

their local Lions Ciub — a cl^al- "The punpose of the contest ia 

ler.ge that csu'd earn on? of to deve':p a formula for worid 

them a $25,000 educational and/or peace becai^ we feel peace is 

career assistance grant. " 

The Thaiia Lions Cub, to^geth:r 
with Lv^ns Gcbs trjoughcu'; the 
world, is iv'^n^^irJo 3 w&.'.j-w de 
cc^ay center for the world's 
youlh on the most impa tant wo. Id 
subject today — Peace. The con- 
test offers $50,CCO in total awards, 
includkig the $^,000 first prize, 
eight se.Tii^final world regicr.al 
awards cf $1,000 each and travel 
expenses f:r the eight winners to 

2lfF^^/^S;''^«"t"^"^^' ^-^ ^^ ta'u^n^of JoL:ihra"t;;StS"g,ven 

that tHne the hrst prize winder t^ international relaUons and 

wJl be chosen from tfie eight Al- friendship between different nat- 

so more than 20,0001ccal,distr-c ^,^1^^,^^^^ their partrc3paUon i 

and multqjle d-.trict awards will mleraatio^al progr^ w^e their 

be made. credentials for the patronage of 

"We are hcpeful one of our ^* contest, 

young people wiil win this woiud- Ccntestants should submit their 

wide prestige award," President ^^17 in es'Jay form, not to exceed 

R. G. Thomas, Jr. of the Thalia ^.OCO words. "Judging wfS faH in- 

Lions .Club said in annaurxing the ^ ^<^ categories: 75 per cent of 

contest l&lailly today. the essay's points will be devoted 

to content, ten per cent to style 

The contest, open to youn^ pao- and five per cent to mechanics," 

pie viho will be 14 but less than 22 Thcmas said, 

years oif aige as of January 15, (The mechanics segment wi'l be 

1987, wais announced by The Pres- uicd to appraise the grammatical 

Ident cf Lions Interraticnal, Ed- ccnstruiction of the essay.) "Three 

ward M. Lindsey, of LawrenCe- judges wiS be appointed to evalu- 

buig, Tenn., during the Assacia- ate the entries sutsnitted to our 

tion's Annual Convention in New club," Thomas said. 
York. 



atttainaible," President Th<Hr.as 
said. 

"We want to aleit our youth to 
the need for world peoce and focus 
attention on that important goal," 
he said. 

In annomnclng the contest in- 
<i:rnationai2y, Presidmt LL-dsey 
said that Lims Internatioi.Q!, the 
worki's largest service Ciub organ- 
ization is w&l quailified to sponsor 
such a contest. 

He Eiaid the world-wide represen- 



ROBERT T. mOSB\. JR., M.D. 

wishes to aimounce ^ opening 

of bis office lor the practice 

of Petfiatrks at . . . 

506 G Birdceck Pittfesskmd Building 

.North Binbsek Road Virginia Beach 



Hours By 

Appointment 



Phone 

425-196(1 













In the 1890's McCutlough's Docks and iu^r 
Yntb stretched out for two blocks along Granby 



. . .TTien H. D. Oliver had t^en known in Tide- 
water for 30 years. 

lite wiAefs and o^^ies <rf Back D-eek had l^en s^ly 
puted back aid in the MM's moat of City HaU Avenue 
had been filled in. I^x^ stiU lined the west side of 
Gcadbjr Street and a bni^ croraed the creek at City 
aril Aamm. Itai U. D. OUvfr had ^abMied a re|w- 
UliBB tar hanMg the oemBMB^'s bia-ial and Ameral 
iHtt cut and reipe^ ThM sane r^iuli^ioo te- 
idqr ad H. D. O^Fer** Q^wrieaced ^aff is back- 
ed iqr tfie M ytee tradUkn. "nm Ime {acdmes, ttie oew- 
m at, Vi^inia Beach, w^ie H. D. Oliver to offer the 



BkR7 D. and lame & OUre 




"The Peace E^ssay Contest is di- 
visions for the $1,000 prizes," Pre> 
ident Thcmas said. 

"Our C'ub's winner will ad/an ee 
to Lions-District 24S comnetitiin 



"If our winner can advance 
through the judging stages up to 
the wcrld finals he will receive ^ 
e!frpen:e.paki trip to C3iicago to at- 
tend the Lions Intemationai 50th 
Arnuai . Conventicn for the fir.'al 
jiK^.g of his essay in addirtion 



in his (her) effort to qualify far to the $1,000 award." 

the multiple district conlest," The Thaiia Uons C.__ 

Thcmas raid. <>f'^ prizes Iccally to students par- 

ticipating in the contlest. A fir^-t' 
The Contest sponswed by more prize award of a $100.00 savings 
""""""""'"" "' ' Do..d, secorid place award ol a 

$50.00 savuvgs b!.nd, and a third 
awaid cf a $^.C0 savings bond will 
be p'resinted ta Virgjua Beach 
winners in Felbiuary 13o7. Mr. 
Thcnrias said tha:t he ho-.ed local 
young pecpip would accept the 
cia^^enige and enter his club's sect- 
ion ol tne contest. Ciosing date lor 
the club's contest is Dec. 10, 1933. 
The age limit lor the contest, 



than 20,C(» Lions Clubs in more 

THA Seminar 
For Dentist 



THIS HONDA will be given away Saturday night at the Virginia Beach 
Dome. The motorbike is the door prize at Uie WGH Honda Hullabaloo. 
The dance wiU feature three bai^ and will be from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. 
Tickets may be purchased at the Box Office at the civic center. 

(Sun Photo by Moore) 



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IT'S TWINS 

WILLIIER S Downtown Stern Proudly 
Announces The Arrival oL' 

2 NEW STORES 

fo better serve 
YOU! 



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NOWWE'K 



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Featvring Tidtwattn Largest Selection 
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NCiRiKiLK - The Tidewater 
Heart Association has planned a 
:€ir.lnar fcr Tidewater dentists on 

the management of dental pnb- inciuds aJ youth 14 but less than 

lems in patients with cardiovBir 22 years of age as ot January 15, 

cular disease. ^^■ 

Thomas annrnmced that each 

The meetirg is scheduled for applicant would be limited to one 

Seiptcnr.iber 7 at the Norfolk Public enuy, with one winner's essay 

Health Buikki^ Auditoriimi, 401 ed^e to cwnpete in the Lions 

Colley Ave., at 8 p.m. District MB contest. Winner of dis- 

Featured spe^er will be Captain trict contest will be entered in 

JoIhi J. Dem^jsey, M.C.. IJSN, state cr country contest. Eiach 

Chief of Medicine, U. S. Naval country cr multiple district winno- 

(Hospital, Portsmouth. will be entered in one of the ej^ 

Topics to be covered will bo world divisions. 
"Risk Factors in Sudden Death in StiKfcnts wishing to enter the 
Heart Patients"; "The Prevention contest should contact Commander 
of Bacterial Endocarditis"; "The John A. Fahey. USN (Ret.> Chair- 
Management cf Anticoagulant man, Peace Essay Contest, Thaiia 
Therapy During Denta! Proced- Lions Club. 3ffl4 Royal Palm Arch, 
ares": aid "Adveree Drug React- Virginia Beach, Virginia, Tde- 
ions in OasxJiac Patients." phone 340-1113. 



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Cassaoira. gu£:t writ-r 

There's always somethmg spe- 
cial g'aout a fssliion show, and 
there's always s:msthii^ very 
special £b:ut a little girl growing 
up and bacoming clothes consci- 
ous. She may not be a Conovpr 
nor a Powers maJal. but at a 
fa:i.growing faflic'a show, present, 
ed at the Cavalier Beach and Ca- 
bana Club Sutday night, tlw sec- 
ond of Shirley Fentress' and Nd- 
lie Bryan's Beauty end Charm 
Cam? st-dents gave a near pro- 
fessional performance of nrodeling. 
The shew climaxed a sumptuous 
Smiday night buffst. attepded by 
about 150 members and guests, 
and was served in the Captain's 
Ta'ale. hosted by genial and un- 
rufiled CavaliCT manager, Charles 
Kruounel. 

As tables were pushed back, and 
li5,.its wece dimmed, a large gilt 
picture frame set in the center of 
dark green curtair.s stood at the 
entrance to the runway, while 
Mrs. Bailey played "A Pretty Girl 
Is Like a Melody", "Thank Hea- 
ven fc." Little Girls", and other 
appraprisite tunes, each of 29 girls, 
paused in the picture frame, wear- 
ing fashioni::ible outfits from the 
Clothing Chest, with make-jp by 
Bai jara Aimoad before perambu- 
lating up tfie runway, pioretting, 
with grace, and walking back into 
the picture frame. 

Nellie Bryant, wearing a jade 
gre^ cocktail dres* wiith cowl 
neckline, emceed the show and 
explained that the Beauty Camp 
had been most successful and that 
she and Shh^y were locking for- 
ward to another class. 

At the finale of Uie production, 
after a "ThaiA You Song" by all 
the girls, each received a ^ploma 
far her graduation from a school 
of 8 weeks, where voice modula- 
tion, diction, carriage, make-up, 
good gnxHning, discipline, etc., 
had made even the most awkward 
a beauty and a charmer. 

Shirley's one-ifiouldered white 
crepe was fornial, and her ready 
smile indicated pride in the • ap< 
plause for her pitpils. 

Space will not alkw a descrip 
tion of each lovdy and ter out- 
fit. Outstanding was Tyler Murck's 
midnight blue fireman's rainwear, 
and carrying a white translucent 
umbrella wjth large yellow daisies 
attached, she was ready for those 



rainy day? at Norfolk Acaden^. 

Part^ Peevy wore a mornfcjg 
d.-eES with liurt gray wool slilrt 
and stripped pCum and gray over- 
blouse of velvet. Her stockings 
were lacey Wade. 

A ""Mr. Pants" suit ol checked 
pants and high necked hunter's 
green sweater mad.' Laura Early 
ready lir FaU, while Martha KeU 
lam looked as U she had sts:4>sd 
from the cover of Madamoi^Ue. 
Martha madiicd a black and 
white checked suit with short cir- 
cular skirt; the buttoned jacket 
almost hung to the hemline, 

Suzanne Murden and Patty Gar- 
vhi wore "Mr. Pants" sport en- 
sembles; Debbie Prlchard model- 
ed a royal blue corduroy Haymak. 
er suit. Mary Sqyder Baker, se- 
lected as one of First Colonial 
High's cheerleaders, and fresh 
from competition in the Surfing 
Carnival, was beautiful in a short 
Empire pink chiffon, with frontal 
bow. She exuded good health and 
her very long brown hair glistened 
to enhance her outdoor peach 
ccmpkction. 

Popular and witty Holly Ward, 
a junior at First Colonial, a lionsy. 
blende with green-blue eyes, wore 
a high-waisted white winter wool 
With boat neckline, caught in front 
with a large pink satin bon'. 
Watch out, lellows! 

Others modeling were Ann Pat- 
terson. Jennifer Hefling, Ewing 
Fears, (watched critically by her 
2 small brothers, Larry and Al- 
lan, seated sfedately on steps lead, 
ing to the patio) Jeaaine Elmore. 
Beverly Good:nan. Chee Chee Ro- 
bins, Sally Venner. Unda MiOer. 
Roma Emanuelson, Anne Baffing. 
ton, Lhida Murphy, Diane Bnth- 
ers, Canri Preaton, Canrf AAi- 
ance, Terry Dee, Denise BaOey, 
Peggy Tugman, Candy Caiey. and 
Pam Zom, and Mary HillegaH. 



Ocean Park WC 

BAVSIDE - A coffee to honor 
new members of tl>e Ocean Park 
Woman's Club will be heJd at tiie 
home of the preskfent Mrs. Louis 
Quackenbush in Thoroughgood. 

Hours of the coffee will be from 
10:30 am. to 12 noon. 

Members' art works wiD be dis- 
played. 



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INTRODUCING 
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TINTING 8 TO 10 MINUTES 

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If your hair doesn't look soft, doesn't gleam with muted high- 
lights and simgriy sing of health and vitality, it's time you did 
something sbout it. Ami don't decide in advance that we can't do 
anything to improve it. Unless you're a walking candidate for a 
hearse tha^ will be something we can do. 

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FAWICm AOSMOS 

We've had a sne«^ preview of 
the brwd pew Florence Wikni 
Country French. Sjq? which will 
have a gala dianqtagne openii^ 
next Wednesday evening. Sept. 
seventh, (also Tlwrsday evening) 
hours six til eight o'clock. The 
decor is in snow white and gold 
and be sure you "driiA in'- the 
beauty of the new winAw fijc- 
tires. M^niflceiA French Prov- 
incial glass chanddiers and fur- 
niture and, of course, dBvine fas- 
hions aU ovw the place! Reba 
Keeley, manager, couldn't be 
more excited. Oh. yes! It's the 
same Jocati<m just a brand new 
setting! . . • "Butch Clark, owner 
of the popular Ctothing Chest, cer- 
tainly makes sure that his slogan 
comes to life-"C!othing with a 
personal touch"— when he pre- 
sents FaU fashions for the teens, 
the collegers, the young business 
wom«i, and youngw matrons. 
Itie Clothing Chest siies for the 
fenune skle, range in aizes 5 pe- 
tite and include size sixteen. Mrs. 
Ruby Wells couldn't be more en- 
thusiastic about the popularity of 
their Mister Pants, J(Miathan Lo- 
gan, Suzy Perette and the Aileen 
knits you'll find in "Her" Room 
in plekiful measure! (Wait til you 
hear what's being sold in scads 
to the boys and men at the CC. 
next week) ... 
GIFT G0(M>IE8— 



the corkscrew and then there are 
the single bars on the sleeves, 
sides or center front of some of 
the Fall dr^es. KMhy Larkins, 
Manhatten newsgal, suggests that 
home sewers use stripes patch- 
work quilt fashion on just sections 



and worn with it were up-and- 
down striped black and white 
stockings! Some designers have 
used white stripes on blade for the 
coat and black wider stripes on 
white for the dress underneath the 
ewebrow-raising co^ume! 



If you wairt to get completely 
lost and delighted in a gift shop, 
visit either one of Denton's ^vo 
gift shops on Atakitic Avenue or 
Laskin Road. You've never seen 
sudi a plethiH-a of new and un- 
usual gifts. We were especially 
intrigued witb tiie new and ever- 
so-popualr circular, jigsaw puzzle 
game. Ann Pemnngton tells us it 
is extremely paputa""- e^>eciaUy 
for families at the Beach this 
summer, because 'tis more dif- 
ficult and nauie fun than the or- 
dinary jigsaws, "niey make re- 
productions of pictures from the 
Metropolitan Museum etcetera. . . 
Another f«st-«eller is the Culinary 
Almanac for 1967, a gourmet cook- 
ing course and at-your-finger-tips 
calendar. A terrifically smart hos- 
tess gift or take^Kime from tiie 
beach gift! AU kinds of "wild" 
and enormous earring and scads 
of leather and imported Xmen bags 
to carry what's left over of your 
vacation monies! . . . 
WILLIS HOJLTW 

WilBs HHltop has the most ex- 
pert interior decorating depart- 
ment thM will completely redec- 
orate your bwne from the front 
door to the back. It is under the 
direction of Gene Lanning and he 
will be happy to chat about it if 
you are getting ready for a "do- 
over' at your place. Marvelous 
gift pick-ups at Willis, too, during 
the summer clearance! 




SYLVL\ WILSON 

VIRGirNlA BEACH— TTie Com- 
munity Center at Seatack was the 
scene of a proud (Occasion, when, 
recently, Carol Wilson, screened 
for 3 months by the volunteer 
workers of WICS subcenter at Vir. 
ginia Beach, was sworn in and left 
for her new life at a training 
camp, held at Marquette. Michi- 
gan, in connection with Northern 
State University. 

Miss Wflson bad an informal re- 
ceptixm given in her honor as a 
"Ben Voyage" and a "Good Luck 
a.nd God ^ed" gesture to boost 
her morale after the swearing in 
ceremony. 

Among those present who had 
helped with the project were Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Douglas Huba.d, vol- 
unteer chainnan of the Subcmter, 
wliich holds its meetings at Gali- 
lee Episcopal Church; Rev. and 
Mrs. John Li'les of the First Pres- 
byterian Church and their chil- 
drai; Mrs. Marion Tate, a WICS 
publicity and personnel vo'.unteer, 
Mrs. Laura Tucker; Carol's par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, her 
many friends, Barbara Boudreau, 
a Vista worker; Aaron Parsons. 
Seatack's community leader, and 



Seatacfc Fire Dept-'a Chief. 

James Hair9t<», notary, swore 
bo- in to support the constitution 
and to be toyal' to her city, state, 
and nation, to keep the faith be- 
stowed in her as she accepted the 
effort, the time, and the money 
^)ent in her behalf. 

Carol wii be taking her first 
step in a new life, and a new op- 
portunity. She will be at the same 
Camp with Kaye Easom, who 
left 3 weeks ago for Marquette. 

■Mrs. Hubard sketches the history 
df the WICS. explaining the fact 
that the Job Corps had started out 
hevping oriy male "dropouts" 
from schccL and that the women 
in Commuraty Service had then 
banded together to assist girls. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1, 1966 

Pag* 3^ 



I Vows Exchanged | 



CATCM-ME-IF-YOU-CAN- Positively blooming with come hither is (hli 
flirtatious chapeau of Colombe grey felt, the perfect spectatw liat for 
Important football /weekends, especially when worn with a grey suit 
as shown here and des^ned by Mr. John. Flattering couture and spec- 
ial aocessoriefr-also designed by the "Emperor Of Fariilon" (Mr. J.) 
—are Intauely Indivlduallstk to cmnplete the portrait that Is yOU! 
MISS LYNN PRANGLEY. the new Mtas VIrgtala Beach of 1966, made 
her ffa«t official appearance at the Naval Ah- StatloD fw the Old Ttanfer's 
ReunioB on Aug. 12. Here ta her court atUre of foimal gown and 
crown, she and the Honorrfile Thomas N. Downhig. Congreaman of 
VIrgtola, prepare to lead the dancing to the piuslc of the Navy Smw 
Band. 
Have you noaced the stripes in of a coat or dress aoA we apw. 

the FaH CoUectwns of fashions J«"'" ^ ^^if*, ^i? j^ife- 
„ ,. . dices barred like a prison cage, 
for outerwear as well as lingerie ^^^ soUd«>kr coats show a 
pretties? They're sure to make a mj^iff of stripes. Rudi Genreich. 
gal look nwre dim than she is always unprectctable, recently 
what with the broad awning strip, showed Fashion Press gala a bal- 
ers and the needle^hin pinstripers t«"-neck wool dress wUh the sim- 
running horizontally! Some stripes pie up<k)wn lines in black and 
winding around the body resemble white. It had a bare cocktail top 



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Weblin House - Now Moore Home 

ktaA k Photos by Doughs Barnes ing because friends had contribu- to get a proper picture. These 

iPiRHNCESS ANNE — We had ted everjithing in it from time to were Mrs. Moore's great grand- 

iwtod in "Kdkan's OU Housees in time and that ^ had simply diiklren new "Mrs. Moore, we 

Princess Anoe" a shwt reference fdanted the gift upcm arrival. The asked, what do you feel about the 

to a home whkb belonged to H. garden, aUoom with coior, testi- great progress of Virginia Beach? 

IC. Moore and that it had beoi fies to her many friends and out- . . .Do you like the modern things 

bult around 1666 ^ John WeUin. goiqg peraooaUty. that are hapixming? " "Do I like 

On a bot Sunday altemoon last a heterogeneous sfweet conftis- >t? Of course!" she repllied laugh- 
week we telepboned to beg pei^ hn of otihr and Im^cj^ii^ in^y* "^ l<>ne ^s the city doesn't 
misBun from the famify to get a ifcomded. Golden and green wil- gelt the idea that wel seH this 
picture from outside the houae on- i(>ws waved fteir graceful fronds; property. We have worked so hard 
ly, since Swday is uauaBy a pii- laife rod md piix crepe myrtk restoring it. We are ^ we are 
vate famity day. bloomed ^kxaly; Box-wmxk, amiexed to Virginia Beach and 

the hoapitdity of the Moore m^iolia. gawteaa and rose not to Noriblk but you know how 

Camily i^ion having three strai*- bushes guanled dainty mi^wnette; we feeJ about Princess Anne Coun- 

ers cal on tliem was exceeded vari-cotored petunias, delicate Ag- ty! " A foolish question from ib: 

only by the Wereat of the ownesrs eratun, spicy naturtiums and 'Woiild you care to jom us for the 

in di80lnii« the hialocy of ttie dainty L^of-the vaMey abound surfing oonte*?" was riieborical. 

house, now a home. wMi with bachelor buttons and We were not sirprised at her 

We folowed the impfictt ki- vtetorious chiysanthernians. State- cakn answer: "Thank you! but 

sIrucitioiB of Mr. Moore, Sr. to ly ceksia stood sentinel-Jike on Sundays we usuaUy stay home. 

'Vxxne down the Boulevard and amongst other flower friends. It's so cool here." 

turn ri^ at Davfe" Comer on OW Inside the house all was mod- 

Town Road; then turn ri^ at em, s;:^ and span and livable. 

IMoDres' I\»x) Road and go to ttte The kitchen was nMxkm dedric. 

end of the Hne. I'M be in the fieicb A short winding stairway led to the 

but you can take pkitures". two bedrooms separated by a 

An otonnous dtmy fffltn as large haOway. Twh» beds, modern 

modnn as the house is aitique ftimiture and batii brou^ us 

with hoxlB of cattle feeding coo- back to the presait day. 

tented^ m a seating renSidfd of Mrs. Moore called attentitm to 

great En^ish estates, 9«eted us. an ofl pwtrait of Mr. Moore, Sr. 

Varkjus pereow were laAiBTiedfy and his brother, two tiny boys with 

geMJi^ in and out of cars as a long curis. A bowl and pfljcher of 

handsome genlianen, H. C. white porcelain decorated with 

Uwn, Jr., descended ftwn his sm^ pink rosebuds on an odd 

tractCH- to met us. He saki that washstand were coHectors' items, 

his motfier woukJ be ddi^rted to &nafl faced peeped here aid 

have us viat her insxie Ae house, there at the, strange lady standing 



Murden Graduates 

VHRGlNliA BBACW — Joseph B. 
Munden, Jr., assistant vkc presi- 
dent of Seaboard Citizens National 
Bank and manner d its Janaf 
Office, is a recent graduate of the 
School of Consimier Banking. 

The school, held in August earh 
year on the campus oif the Uni- 
versity of Virginia, provides spec- 
ialized training in consianer bank- 
ing. 

In quidifying for graduatkin, 

W»^ 'w "^oii!irfb«^ the w"t^Va'car ^ am^ weetk Murden attended three summer 

rit.'XSt' SS Ploaa Civic League S „ a »^i«, ,eia.«. u, «,. 

technical maiucaiKM. „ ._„ „ . . "^^ °"*^- 

S«u««d on UK ISO r«»Mq! „''™!**™ 7 "^Tt-M S! 

Plaza Civic League will hold its 

nwnthly noeeting on Tuesday, 

Septend)CT 6, at 8 p.m. in the 

Plaza Ellementary Sdx>ol. 

Guest speakers will be J. W. 
Buffingtion, (Airman of the School 
Board; and F4)il% Meekins, as- 
si^ant Director of School Person- 
nel. 

Refreshments will be served. 

All Pkoa resklents are invited 
to attoxl. 



acres of an original IQng's grant 
'Weblin" is poss% the oldefit 
inhabited house in Anterfea. The 
beautifii brick Coknual Mras sur- 
roiaided by modem cottages in 
whk^ other memfcers of the fam- 
ily lived. Other oide- houses such 
as Ihorowgood and Adam Keel- 
ing are not occupied. Three cent- 
uries after "Weblin" was built, the 
oki house stil rings vitfa the iau^ 
ter of the Moore's great grand- 
diiidren. 

Moat of the features of the 
original structure are in evidence, 
thou^ a kitchen wii% has been 
butt on to (he oU house. A IgipicBl 
iDoSoniai roof has been replaced by 
a PrinceoB Anne gambrel; two aa- 
aiytnelhcsi oui»de chimneys 
llank the ends of the buttXog. The 
bridcwoHc is in Endish bond on 
the north wail and in Flemish 
bund «i ttw SQuth. A latige T- 
«tacked chknney separates ^ iiwo 
areas and. accmxling to Mr. 
Moore: The gteied "header 
brick" gisten like st«9. These 
were med as a decorathw accent 
to the original framing of the A 
roof line. 

There is a lamie deyrcMed Jrert 
seweiHiaaded doorwigr of wk 
oprafaiK into the commodkis con^ 
man (Uving room) whk^ during 
odooial days was a gatberng 
place-a mw^tan and ealtaiR place 
for the fandy. The origiMi ardi- 
ed flreptacai i]|> and down itabi 
are fcwned bv a later Adam tamo- 
M. Lufeer C. WA. artM and 
ookaW architectural aiAortty 
••avs: "This origM A-nof rf Iha 

^ wn QOyH ^rm OOWtrM WW 

handeut cf^nm ^utm and the 
oolM«e fotf kvw ban iHiita- 
wanao ac qm me. 

A mrikr doomy to the rear 
of the hone •««■ m • hne 

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heart condition, your Heart Asso- 
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your doctor before you start out 

for that high-altitude trout stream. 

* * * 



Like to surfcast? If you have a 
heart conditiMi, take your Heart 
■Association's advice and see your 
doctor for a checkup before you 
head for the beach. He'll help 
make sure you don't overdo. 



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KEENE . CLARK 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Keene of 
Virginia Beach announce the en- 
gagement of their daughter. Miss 
Cynthia Lee Keene, to Lonnie 0. 
Clark III. 

Mr. Clark is the son of Dr. and 
Mrs. L. 0. Clark Jr. of Virginia 
Beach. 

The bride-elect is a 1965 grai 
uate of Frank W. Cox High School 
and has attended Old Dominion 
College. 

Mr. Clark is a graduate of Vir- 
ginia Beach High School and at- 
tended the University of North 
Carolina. 

A February wedding is planned. 



BRADY - REYNOLDS 

Miss Deborah Rose Reynolds be. 
came the bride of William Joseph 
Brady Saturday at noon in The 
Centurion Chapel. The Rev. John 
J. Roirdan, Catholic chaplain of 
Ft. Monroe, performed the cere- 
mony with a Nuptial Mass. At- 
tending at the altar was Lt. Rich- 
ard A. Long, Catholic chaplain at 
the U. S. Naval Ho^ital, Ports- 
mouth. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Capt. George Robert Reynolds, 
Daita^ Corps, USN, and Mrs. Rey- 
nolds of Virginia Beach. The 
bridegroom is the son (rf Mrs. 
William Jose^ Brady of Pensa- 
cOla, Fla. and the late Mr. Brady. 

Given in marriage by ho- fa- 
ther, the bride had as her maid 
of honor, her sister, Miss Christine 
Schall Reynolds. Miss Gertrude 
Edge Kkchin of Virginia Beach 



was bridesmak) and Miss V'r^^ia 
Wri^t Bosher, also (rf Vir^aia 

Beach, was junior bridesmaki. 

Thomas Michael Brady of Pen- 
sacola was best man for his bro- 
ther. Grccmsmen were John H. 
O'^Brien Jr. of Charkittsville, RKh. 
ard Allen Dumont of Washington, 
D. C, and Douglas Kay Andowm 
of Virginia Beach. 

A reception was h^ in tie Ft. 
Monroe Officers' Club. After a 
wedding tr^) to Jaro<^, the cou- 
ple wiU live ki Rk^fainond. 

Co/fee Held 

THALIA — Members and pros- 
pective menri)ers of Thalia Gar- 
den Chi) met on Wednesday for 
a get^acquainted coffee. 

Hostess for the mvUatkmal cof- 
fee was Mrs. DoniM Rhodes. 



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School Is Open Again 



Many « parent in Virginia Beach is school opens. The major one is traffic. 

breathing a heavy sigh of relief as his Virginia Beach Police urge motorists to 

youngster orKe again goes to school, be on the lookout for school children 

Many children have been straining at on the way to school or on the way 

the gate for some time waiting to get home. They also ask motorists to be 

back to school, and a few would rather careful around school buses and watch 

forget the whole thing. for their signals. In addition, motorists 

Nevert+ieless, schools in Virginia are urged to use extreme caution in 

Beach <^>en again tine day after Labor school areas w'here they have been us- 

Day. Preparations for the day the stud- ed to increased speed limits during the 

ents return have been going on since summer. 




THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



The Law Department has moved 
into new and larger offices. The 
new law offices are located at 
2518 Courlkiouse Drive. 

* * * 
Dr. Ira Lionel Hancock was re- 
cently elected chairman of the 
State Hospital Baard. It is the 
policy^nsking body for the Old 
Dominion's mental hospitals and 
raliated institutions. Hancock is a 
rodent of Virginia Beach. 



The city School administration , 
is folbwing a Department of ' 
Health, Education and Welfare 4- 
reciive and is irlegrating the 
teaching staffs of four predomi- 
nately Negro schools and several 
preti^minateiy wiiite schools. Tlie 
move involves 16 Negro teachers 
and seven white teachers. Two 
white teachers will be assigned to 
Union Kempsville High School 









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M^-s. James L. HoBoway of Vir- 
ginia Beach has been selected as 
the sponsor of the nuclear attack 
submarins Pargo, wtiich will be 
launcbsd at Groton, Conn., Sept. 
17. Her liuiband is a retired ad- 
miral, her son is astronaut Wal- 
ter M. Schirra, and her son is the 
commanding officer of the nuc- 
lear carrier Enterprise. 



* * * t 11 

A real estate fi.im from Norfolk 

is preparing plans fra- a 4,000 unit 

residential disvelopmtnt north of 

Green Run Farmcj^y parte. It 

will possibly be the largest single 

dsveiapmeDt of its type in the 

city. It will be located on a 900- 

acre t.-act known as the Sawyer 

Farm. Tlie firm who is behind 

the development is Ooodman-Sc- 

gar-Eogan. 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



High School Football Time 



Virginia Beach has an excellent safe- 
ty record where school children are con- 
cerned, and we would like to see it re- 
main that way. That will take the co- 
operation of everyone, children, par- 
ents and motorists alike. 

So with the opening of school there 



For the past two weeks or so an am- can only come through attendance of 

bitious group of Virginia Beach high their games this fall. To the parents and 

school students has been toiling students used to attending high school 

away in the summer heat, both on the football games we do not have to ment- 

field and off the field, preparing for the ion the great rivalries, the school spirit 

fans, of Virginia Beach, another great and the fine games. But to those who 

scholastic football season. do not have any children in high school, 

Probably the greatest handicaps so let us tell you how much fun a high 

are always little problems to iron out, far have been faced by the new First school football game really is. We saw 

like traffic, getting up a little earlier. Colonial Patriots. Until recently they did a number of them last year and plan to 

scheduling, going to bed a little earlier, pot have a name, uniforms, a practice see even more this year. 

We are proud of the excellent school school buses, studying homework, and field or equipment. They still don't have To those who have never seen a 

system in Virginia Bec«ch and take pride a few more. In just a few weeks ^ stadium and their practice field for a high s<^hool football game in Virginia 

in welcoming new students and parents though, all the problems will be forgot- young and inexperienced team has Beach, we suggest your attendance. We 

to a system dedicated to the best edu- ten and the regular routine of another been unbelievably muddy and messy, wouldn't be at all surprised if you are 

cation possible by the best personnel school year in Virginia Beach will be in Nevertheless these plucky boys have caught up in the general excitement of 

possible. full swing, and parents, students and been there every day, twice a day, it all and continue to attend a game of 

There are always a few problems school personnel will all be looking for- building a team for the school and for your choice week after week, 

that need calling attention to when ward to next year's summer vacation, ^-^e fans. Virginia BeaCh should have some 



the students left in June. This year 
Ifiere are 35,000 school children in Vir- 
ginia Beach schools. Teachers had to be 
found, both new ones for new schools 
and additional ones to replace those 
who had left. New administrative per- 
sonnel has to be found and hired. New 
curricula and plans had to be formed. 
New facilities and materials had to be 
chosen and secured. All this is done, 
and school is ready for the students 



Dear Sir: 

The fact that Virginia Beach is 
the fmest seacoast reioit on the 
East I Coast is proven by the re- 
nrjarkable growth in the tourist 
inti^u.i.ry as well as Iremeoijus 
increase in our regular papulation 
of yea" roiind Citizens. A small 
village of sianmer squatters has 
deveioiptd, to the envy and adoii- 
ration of competitive aireas, into a 
greait city which will soon approfwih 
one-quarter mi'llion people. Care- 
ful planning by men oi foresight 
has helped bring this about. 

(Certain smaill park areas such 
as Seashore State Park have been 
preserved for the enjoyment and 
cultural benefit of present and fut- 
ure generations. We are fortunate 
to have, just now, a wonderful op- 
portunity to further this cause by 
acting to preserve an undevekped 
area sl^retching along miles of 
ocean front to the North Carolirva 
line. Thousands of acfks of dunes, 
beach, feeding and breeding areas 
for wildfowl and plant life can be 
saved for the use and betterment 
Of all peciplc for all time. 

It is my sincere hope that the 
general public will be interested 
encugih in the future of our city to 
offer every assistance to acquire 
and preserve this area, designated 
by the BEMISS COMMTSSiION, for 
a future ST.\TE PARK. If this last, 
untouched art^ is not preserved, 
future generations shall look back 
with contempt at our fo'ly. 

W. Glyde Simpson, Jr. 



cause the operation of the city has 
been suoceiss).ul and stable. So why 
is he now chaJlenging those wtio 
have helped make him successiful? 
Why 'is be the presidienit Of a new 
group with the unliktily nane of 
"Gccd .Government Association"? 
llf he has done so wtQ under the 
present form of govemmenit, why 
gteuid he want a change? 

CertairJIy no one can argue with 
good government. It is what every- 
one wanits, or should want. I think 
the time has come for Mr. Adaims 
and his cohorts to tei us the real 
reason for the formation of the 
new group. If they are.trying to 
get the reins cf goveramavt away 
from the elected oKicials we now 
1-jave, they had better say so, and 
they had also better have some 
mighty good reasons for wanting 
to do so, since I am very satisfied 
with the present good govern- 
ment. 

I, for one, would be glad to 
hear the full story behind this new 
group, nat just a M of hush:'d 
talk about a secretive oi^anijation 
which won't even reveal the names 
of its members. 

Inciderilally I found your article 
last week about the kTrge number 
of vehicles Mr. Adams has said to 
the City very interestmg. The prcs- 
€r.t g3od government was able to 
spend a half miUicn doHars wilh 
him. What da we need a "good 
covemmertt association" for? 

Mrs. H. M. Ware 



Don t Fool With The Phones 



1?ecently a Virginia Beach man was or obscene calls often, he should note they need one more thing to make 

convicted for illegal use of the tele- the pattern and report all the facts to them successful. They need the ap- 

phone. He was charged with making Virginia Beach Police. The telephone P''OV^' °^^^^_'=°P''^^^^"'^y: 

nuisance and obscene calls. This was company is powerless in such matters 

not his first offense. He was caught; he unless asked to investigate and attach 

was convicted; and he was sentenced. equipment by the police. Virginia 

... , , Beach police, on the other hand, will 

is not an isolated case, thank- ^^^.^ investigation immediately and 



All the other schools are doing the excellent football teams in its high 
same thing. The boys are workmg hard schools this season. They deserve our 
in the fine spirit of sportmanship. Now support. , 



This 



That approval and encouragement 



The New City Symbol 



fully. More and more telephone offend- ^^^^ whatever steps may be necessary 
er% are being apprehended and punish- .^ apprehending the offender. 



Labor Day 

Labor Day means different things to 
different people, to paraphrase the 
popular song. It was actually set aside 
as a day to salute the working man and 
to praise him for his achievements 



ed. Few amor>g us have not received 
some type of illegal phone call, made 
by practical jokesters, obscene callers 
or downright criminals. But the calls 
s^uld be few and far between in 
time to come. 

For years police and telephone com- 



into the background. 

Now Labor Day signals the unoffic- 
ial end of the summer season at Vir- 
ginia Beach. Although the weather will 



When the old lighthouse at Cape 

Henry was finally chosen the symbol of throughout the rest of the year. Now, 

Pranksters use telephones too often the City of Virginia Beach, we were ^ith the exception of a few speeches 

to satisfy their own particular brand of quite pleased. We said then and still do by union officials and labor leaders 

"kicks." New efforts by law enforce- g^y that nothing could be more fitting across the country, the actual signifi- 

ment agencies in co-operation with ^hap this fine old historic monument ^ance is forgotten or at least pushed far 

telephone companies nationwide are within our city limits. 

lessening the number of these cases. j^e new symbol is rapidly replacing 

Most of the obscene callers are ment- ^^e "Freedom 7 Capsule" on official let- 

pany officials have bad to deal with ally ill or disturbed and the calls should terheads, papers, tie clasps and the like, 

tt^s problem. Now new electronic be reported. Hopefully they can be ap- goon the new symbol will be ready to be near perfect for another month or 

eqwpment has been developed that preViended before they cause some represent us officially. so, the tourist business is on the wane 

has finally macte It a little easier for the harm to themselves or others. All of \^q visited this National Landmark after Labor Day when the children go 

crtmliid 1o be caught. New laws have these calls should not be ignored. New gnd City Symbol the other day, along back to school. 

been passed setting sterner punish- remedies are still to come in combating ^j.^^ gome visitors of our city. They Labor Day also marks the last holiday 

nnents for offenders. these offensive, annoying or even ^ere appalled at the condition of the of the summer season, one in which too 

When anyone receives objectionable frightening calls. j grounds surrounding it and at the many people traditionally try to cram 

^building itself, defaced in so many too much activity into too short a period 

For The Information Of All Eways by vandals. Large, heavy vines or try to travel too far. Last Labor Day 

igrow almost over the steps leading up 15 people were killed in Virginia in a 

fnday night ifw Schwarz-Philbrick hold. Dr. Schwarz, an Australian, hasjto the old lighthouse. The hilltop and three-day period, a near-record^ Nation- 

Artti^ommunism Rally will be held at written several books and pamphletsjits lack of beauty is atrocious. wide, 765 persons were killed, a new 

Ihe Alan B. Shepard Civic Center in Vir- on the subject of communism, and hisl The outside of the old lighthouse record. Hurrying, excessive drinking, 

ginia Beach. It should be a must for all testimony before the House Un-Ameri-'has been marred and cut away in many carelessness and over exertion were 

to attend. The purpose of the rally is to can Activities Committee received wide places. Initials are carved in the old blamed as the biggest killers. All we 



Dear Sir: 

In tlie interest of our local popu- 
kticn, the preservation cf this area 
as a Federal and Slate Park, is a 
necessity. 

for ^he betterment of our city. It 
it would mtian a longer tourist sea- 
son and therefore, more tax money 
for the betterment of our city. It 
is estimated that within two years 
gfter the park is opened, there 
will be an additional FX)UiR MILL- 
ICiN visitDrs to the area, with Vir- 
ginia Beach becoming a main 
North-Soulh artery. 

We are fortunate to have th'i? op. 
portunity and we mu.-t not let it 
pass us by. 

Mr. and Mrs: George H. Leary 



stone. Inside is even worse, and at the can recommend this year is care and 
top of the winding steps and ladders consideration on the roads, especially 

These two men are probably as well ^^^ ^^^ -^ unbelievably bad. in our fair city, 

versed on communism and Its operation ^^ ^g^jj^g ^hat the lighthouse isf - Labor Day also marks the unofficial 

as any two men in the world. They de- physically within Fort Story on Federal i date for the beginning of a political 

serve your encouragement and attend- property, and that it is a National Land- 1 campaign. This year in Virginia a hot 

ance at the rally Friday night. ^^^i^^ ^^^ .^^ J5 gi^^ ^p^^ ^^ ^^^ public! Senatorial campaign is .in store for us, 

Communism can only survive while and is our Virginia Beach symbol, visit-* as v\^ continue to endorse the Demo- 

we let it. Communists in this country ed by thousands of tourists each year, wcratic nominees, Harry F. Byrd, Jr. ana 
are not seeking to overthrow the qov- Something must be done about bothM\A^liam B. Spong, Jr. Incidentally, we 

trw^sts" or "ri^tists". They are merely ernment by force and violence. They the inside and the outside of the placeMfind $ significant that it has been rec- 

ded«:ated to informing the public con- seek undermind groups and organiza- if we are to be proud of it. We suggest* ommended that Senator Byrd be en- 

tions and infiltrate legitimate endeav- that the Beautification Commission getHdorsed by organized labor so close to 

ors. Too often the general public is un- to work on this problem. Perhaps thatMthis Labor Day. 

aware this is haf^^ening. The Friday ral- strong group can prod the Federal gov-B In most ways we hate to see Labor 

ly ^X)uld help make all of us painfully ernment and others into doing some- jDay come every year because it means 

aware of such matters and help us have thing about the state of our own Land- 

the courage and initiative to fight its mark and City symbol. We feel certain' 

poison. Join the distinguished list of our City fathers would be willing to 

sponiors and attend the rally. help in every way also. 



frrform all of us what communism really acclaim and acceptance. 

Is and how it operates, not who it is or 

to cause panic or fear. The rally non-sec- 

tarfan and non-partisan, and we urge 

lh« attendance of all public-spirited 

N^ngirrla Beach residents interested in 

kno^iedgv. 

IThere has been some criticism of the 
raWy from some that we find unjusti- 
fied. The raW/s mentors are not "ex 



Dear Sir: 

I was approached by one of the 
directors of the new group, call 
ing themselves "Good Government 
Asicc'iatim". He wanted money 
weekly from me to be a member, 
and to'd me that I would give the 
mcney to a director without my 
name being divulged. He also told 
me that under no circumstances 
would my name be revealed as a 
memiber. 

I told the director I did n?t wish 
to join, tliat I would not contriwle 
any maney, and that 1 would never 
join any organization which was 
secret. Furthermore I wou'd not 
join anything that would not allow 
me to vote on business of the or- 
ganization. 

Tlie purpose of the new group is 
supix)sed to be "good government". 
They db not say what is wi-ong 
with the good government we have 
now. And if it's good government 
they are locking for, they have a 
funny way of showing rt by sneak- 
ing around. 

Because I am a businessman, 1 
ask that my name be witWield. 
An interested citizen. 



Caning the dangers and pitfalls of com- 
mtirHsm and how it breeds on ignor- 
ance and ccRT^rfacency. 

Herbert f^llbrfdc, ex-PBI counterspy, 
c^talnly know* the way oommunism 
OfiSratm in America. He lived the 
^n h» telts and knows hcnv to ccrni- 
Wit eommurHsm before it gets a foot- 



Dear Mrs. Barnes: 

It is always a great pleasure to 
have a meeting at The Cavalier. 
The genuine interest of the area 
media editors is of a high order. 
On behalf of our friends in the 
Bright Beh Warehouse .^ssocia- 
ti-n I want t3 thank you and TTie 
Virghria Beach Sun for your co- 
operation and understanding. 
Ven,- truly yours, 
William H. W. Anderson 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Tobacco G.-owers Informa- 
tioD Committee, Inc. 



fthe summer is really just about over, 
[but in one way v^ are always glad. 
kOnce again we can hope to find a park- 
ing place in Virginia Beach Borough. 



Dear Sr: 

JuEt wtiat is Mr. Rhae Adams 
tryii^ to frove? He has been a 
most succras.W businesanan in 
the city d Virginia Beach for 
sxae ttae. A kxks to me like he 
haa been that succe^^^M party be- 



Artists And Builders 

LWNHAVEN— Tidewater Asso- 
ciation of H:me Builders and Tide. 
water Artists Association combin- 
ed their best works and held a 
varied art show in Scholarship 
Foundation House at the corner 
of Old Forge Road and Grist Mill 
R:a:'.s in the Liberty Ridge .sec- 
lion cf Windsor Woods over 'tlie 
past weekend. 

Howard M. Weisberg, one of 
the principals of ClarkWhitehill 
Enterprises' &)lonial Landing Cor. 
pnration which built Scholarship 
Foundation Hou^^e, remarked dur- 
ing the tour of the house, that botn 
associations compliment each oth. 
er as "education and cultural in- 
terests go hand in hand". 

Holding an art exhibit on the 
walls of a newly-completed mod- 
ern home afforded patrons of the 
arts as well as those interested in 
madcrn trends in home building 
to examine the creative efforts of 
bJth. 

Members of t'le Tidewater Sx- 
tists .Association who exhibited 
were Yetla Bornstein. Harriet 
Goldberg, Herb .lones, Ruth Laak- 
£0, Stacia Mandaleris, Vance Mit- 
chell, Ruth Peerless, Helen Pine, 
Betty .Ann Plishker, Sue Price, 
Lillian Rosen'Jial, Retha Scdal,' 
Barclay Sheak.s, John Tenney and 
Imogene Westcot. 

TAHB's Scholarship Foundation 
House i^ the first of its type in 
tile area with there being only 
two others in the country. Weis- 
berg said its .sale is expected to 
bring more than $8000 which will 
be distributed as grants to de- 
serving college students in the 
area. 

Th? viluntcerin^ member of the 
T.AHB which builds a scholarship 
house forgoes hi., profits on the 
house to benefit the foundation 
while ass'K-iatf members, sib- 
cor rartor.? and ruppliers donate 
materials and services. 

It is jjlamied far a icteiarship 
house to be buiJt each year by 
one of the T.\Iffi mtmberi volun- 
teering for the pro^ct. 

The artiMs who exhibited \\m 
their works for safe, and a pnr. 
tion of their proceeds will be do- 
natwl to Uit foufldaUoa fund, also. 




GIIS RIGANTO presented the Jim Sinunons Award for outstanding Pony 
League All-Star play to Tommy Atkinson, ^ student at First Colonial 
High School. (Sun Photo by Moore) 

All Stars Honored Mon. Mte 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH - Two out- 
standing young Virginia Beach 
baseball players received trophys 
Monday night at Princess Anne 
High School for their All-Star par- 
ticipation last season. 

Far the fifth year in a row, Gus 
Riganto feted the Pony League 
and Little League All-Stars and 
their dads to a banquet at whidi 
State Sen. Vil'jam P. Kellam was 
principal speaker Riganto also 
preserved the awards 

Two other gentlemen, well vers, 
cd in youth activities, Judge Phil- 
lip Russo of the Juvenile and Do- 
mestic Relations Court and for- 
mer professional baseball player 
Hank Foiles, addressed the group, 
prior to the presentation of the 
trophys. 

Other guests at the banquet in- 
cluded Councilmen James Darden 
and James Ferrell and Al Maiihes 
of the Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Commerce- Maiihes was recog- 
nized for his work with the teams 
in acquiring uniforms. 

Kenneth Patton, 12, who played 
for the Orioles received the Dill 
Times Award for his outstanding 
All-Star participation. Ken is a 



student at Kings Grant Elemen- 
tary School. 

Ttie Jim Simmons award, for 
the outstanding Pony League All- 
Star was presented to Tommy At. 
kinson, a student at First Colon- 
ial High School. 



Surfing Carnival Winners 

ViniGiiN'iVBiEiVOH— &irfir.g win- Winners in tiie Girb Surging 

neii at ih; Easi Ccait Sarfing we^e Mimi Munro of Dayteoa 

I larnivi'l he'd last weekend ur^d'^r BtaCh, in^; KaOiy Lawioix, Jack- 

id&J wave ani waaLher cciiitions s>,nvJe Bei.ch, secorvd; and BetiM 

irjc'udtd many Iccal chi.iivp.criS. E^er cif Dayuaa Beacii, fcturd. 

BtLjH-and was first in the Sen- Gu'.s Pa^iie fkce w*^ won by 

ior Men's divkicn; Jimbo Broii.- ^^^^e ^^^-'f • ^*'-^^'f//S' 
ei's was first fcr the M.ds^U and second; and imy Steward, third. 

M^o TheriEull was ^acorji; Gary senior Men's Padle Race was 
iRice was teoond in liie senior ^^^ ^^ j^g Taber'img of Ctocoa 
men's fadiie race; Jclhnay Hoi- ^^^,^^ ^^^ Brendan MoLau&Min 
land was ESCond in the junior ^^^^^ y^ ihird. The Junior M«i 
men's pa^J^^e race; aid m Ina paj^^ ^ace was won by Fletcher 
padJ e race team for 14 and undar, ^^^^^^ ^. r^^a Beach. The Msm 
Johnny Holland came m th.rd. r^^^^^ PaciJ-e Race wuiners were 
Out cf-tcwners who were n3m£d fietcher Sharp, first and Ned 
wirmers were Mickey Gcsa of Damner, second. 
Ocean City, Md'., second; and John wiraiers in oJier events were 
Eai-.r:.on d Gardaa City, L.L, N.Y., vda'luzzi, Talbeling, and Oldlland 
thi.d, in the Senior Mea'o SjrL'ini; jq ^^ ^an Paddle Race (15 and 
Gary Proper cI Cccca Ecac'h, F.a., ^y^j.); Proper, Leonardo, acd 
first; Bruce Va^'.uzi, Cocoa Beac[>, wtibsr in West Coast Open; Ta- 
stcond; arjd Bruce Cvt'land c! beilj.g, Trombley and McLaughlin 
Jaekionn'le, FJa. in Men's Sui^f- jn Maralihon PaddEe Race; Brwe 
ing. m<k Tabeling of Cocoa vavluzi in Watermelon Race; Val- 
BeaoH, first; Tom McRoberts, Co- !^^^ p^ Events Trophy; Josette 
coa Beach, second; and Larry Lagaidtre, West Coast Giris Surf. 
Minyard o! Jacksonville Beach, jj.,g. ^^^ £j,uck Kunes and Nancy 
third in Junior Men's Surling. iMetzicLf in Tandem. 
Fletcher Sharp of Cocoa Beach, 

first; Vince Rc!ar.d, Atlantic Movies were taken at the Surf- 
Beach, Fla., second; and Ned ing Ca; nival at Virginia Beach by 
Damnsr cf Jzciksonvi'le Beaili, Tt! Ra Predictions, Inc.. and will 
iCiird in Boys Suifing. Kid Sayre of be shewn on the TV program 
Galvestin, Tex. was third in Mid- Spcrts World, Tliursday, Septem- 
get Suffing. ber 8. ^ 



Team 's Named 
Colors Picked 

VA. BE-^CH— Virginia Wesleyan 
College will not have a formal 
intercollegiate athletic program 
for the present time but school 
officials have already chosen a 
nidmame and colors for the new 
educational institution. 

Tlie nickname for the school's 
future teams will be the Blue Mar- 
lins and the colors will be silver 
and blue. 

Virginia Wesleyan will have a 
freshman class of about 75 to be- 
gin orientation at the new school 
on September 12. The physical fa- 
cilities are included in a new $1.5 
million acadennic village on a 300 
acre campus astride the Norfolk- 
Virginia Beach line. 




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DR. DONALD A. KERN of the Jaycees and Miss Virginia Beach (Lynn 
Pranglcy) get ready to award trophies at Oie East Coast Snrftng Carni- 
val held last weekend. (Photos by Cassandra) 



Arm-Cbrnmie 
Rally Nears 

VIRiGINL\ BBACH-Tidewater's 
first large-scale anti-Communist 
rally will be held at the Virginia 
Beach Donne Friday ni^ and 
will feature two outstanding 
speakers on Communism. 

These two men are Dr. Fred C. 
Schi*'arz, W.D., president of the 
Christian Anti-Cotnmunism Cru- 
sade and Henbert A. Philbirick, 
author of "I Led Three Lives", 
and former FBI counterspy. 

The rally is a test to see how 
Tidi3water residents respond to the 
issue of Anti-Communism. The 
ScbwarzPhiSbrick rally has drawn 
large crowds on the wes* coast 
and msay college campuses ac- 
ross the nation. 

Schwara is a nativ^ Australian 
and became involved in the con- 
flict with Conununism while a 
student at the University of Queen- 
sland, in Australia during 1940, 
because its atheistic nature con- 
f'lioted witfi his Christian faith. 

Philbrick, a private citizen, 
hdped form a youth organization, 
"Ttte Cambridge Youth Council", 
but later found it to be Commu- 
nist domimrtcd. From that Phil- 
brick went on to join the Com- 
munist party itself, not as a Com- 
nuinist, but as an under cover 
agent for the FIBI. He kept tabs 
on the movement for nine years 
before leaders oi the party were 
brought to trial— where tie broke 
down the Communist defense as 
a federal witness. 

The program will also feature 
Miss Janet Greene, music direc- 
tor for the Crusade. 

Her voice and guitar Wend to 
produce satirical tolk-type tunes 
attadung Connmunism, beatnick 
demonstrations and the Castro re- 
gime in Cuba. She left a promis- 
ing television career to take up 
the fight against Communism. 

Scbwarz spoke last night at an 
inform&l session at First Colonial 
Baptist Church. Following his 
talk, he and Miss Green attended 
a reception for young peo{^. 



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POPULAR LIFEGUARD and ^swimming coach, Nelson Workman, at 
the pool with (left to right) Betsy Drake; his mother, Mrs. paye Work- 
man; and Todd IKamphmueller. (Photo by Cassandra) 

Swim Team Coach 



3108 PACIFIC AVE. 



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where he lives with his widowed 
mother, Mrs. Guy H. Workman. 

Nelson dismisses his unseUch 
use of his spare time for h^ feds 
it most important that children 
know flow to swim. "And competi- 
tive swimming makes it fun for 
Only three years old and not them". 

yet champions, the Capes Swim 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH -The swim 
team at the Capes is composed of 
children, ages 6 to 14. who know 
how to swim and have learn(>d 
how to swim competitively against 
other swim teams of other clubs. 



Team, non^he-less. is making 
points all along the circuit. And 
the main reason for its success 
goes to its young volunteer swim 
coach. Nelson Workman. 

l^Ielfon, now 18 years oU. came 
to the Crapes three sumnners ago 
as the pool lifeguard. When in- 
terest in fonning a swim team 



However, mothers of his pupils 
are not reticent with their praise. 
Pally Brown says, "Pages could 
be written about him! He's ao pa- 
tient and so quaWied. He ha» 
made the pool a special joy for 
aH of us this summer." 

Diving is also part of the swira 
teams sport and it is coached by 
John Small. Nelon and Joi\n arf 



New Council 
Takes Over 



VBRGINIA BBACe— Tile new Ill- 
man City OouHcil elected in June 
takes over 'HHirsday, Septonber 
1. A brief meeting, called to re- 
oonstttute the C^wuici! was ex- 
pected to rename Frank Dusch as 
Mayor and S. Paid Brown as 
vice-Mayor. 

Seven members are incumbents, 
having served on Council since 
merger of Virginia Beach City and 
Princess Anne County in 1963. The 
new members are Dewey Sim- 
mons, Murray Malbon, Robert 
Cromwell and George Ferrefl. 

The CiQiBicilmen were elected for 
four-year turns, althou^ this 
couW be subject to change, pend- 
ing the outcome of a k>ng and in- 
votved reapportionment case still 
against Uie City and on appeal by 
tl^ City. "The i^ypeal was filed last 
week. 



The Elks' winning minor league basebaU team. (Photo courtesy C. Tucker) 

BPOE No. 226S Sponsors A Winner 

VIRGINIA HB.\OH-At a recent Bob Spence as coach. fielder; and Kent Algire, outfield- 

Little League picnic held for Vir- , , ., . j li. ■ ^^' 

ginia Beach Borough minor league Members of the team and their ;,;,^ gill Coonradt, pitcher; 

teams and their families at Vir- playing positions are: Mike Mo- James Earick, second base; Wes- 

ginia Beach Junior High School Hugh, catcher; BdSo Hewitt, short ley Drumheller, outfielder; Kent 

grounds, the Elks team was nam- stop; Ricky Hewitt, third base; Barneman, third base; Vincent 

Bobby Allen, first base; Etonald Mattina, outfielder; Teddy Mat- 

Spence, outfielder; John McChes- tina, outfielder; and John Jack- 

ney, outfielder; Nelson Terry, out- son, outfielder. 



ed to first place. 

The teams competing included 
the Cavalier Garage Owners' 
team, the Barr's Pharmacy Rex- 
all team, and the McCoy Oil team. 

Receiving the first place trophy 
on behalf of the Elk's club was 
Charles W. Tucker. Jamer Earick 
managed the winning team with 




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was expressed, the lileguard vol- g winning combination in turning 
unteered his services, thou^ he ^^ f^tm-g swiawning and dWl^ 
must commute from Norfolk cligmpions. 

This summer the Capes com- 
peted with the teanis of Princess 
Anne Cwntry Club, Norfolk Yac^Jt 
Club, Mallory Country Club, and 
the Churland Swim and Racquet 
Club. 

"We came in fourth", said their 
proud swimmii^ coach, "but there 
u-ere only a fe* poii^ separating 
us from the winners. We just ran 
out of swiraraers! ' % that. Nel- 
son meant many ct the regulars 
CO the Capes team w«re on vaca- 
tion and out of town when the 
meete were held. 

NdflQn is a ^a<hiate of Granby 
High where he was on the ach964's 
swiinni^ team, and in a fe«r 
weelis he wUl be leaving for the 
Oniversity of Vir^nia wtoere he 
will continue hit fOicatigB abd b$ 
a Bomber of ^ odkfiN ^wiQ 
team. 

Me is well n|fne4— all meukixt 
at the Cafe* kiuM' ajad vs^fsd. 

real Workmaol 



Navy Pilot 
AwardedDhC 

NORFXMiC — A Virginia Beach 
Navy jet pilot has been awarded 
the Distinguished Flying Cross for 
heroism diffing an air strUie over 
North Vietnam. 

Lt. Cmdr. John E. Paganelli 
was given the anvard by Rear 
Adm. Francis E. Nuesle, Com- 
mander Fleet Air NorfoHt. 

He is the husband ci the fonner 
Rose Marie Pasqualichio of Penn- 
syhrania. They presently reside 
wKh their four chiklren in the 4000 
block of Olive Grove Lane at Vir- 
ginia B^db. 

He is now aerviog as Fighter, 
Attack and Fleet Composite Squa- 
dron Training Officer on the staff. 



Air Pollution 
In VB Cited 

NORiFXDOC — A two-year study 
made by*the Health Department 
shewed that Tidewater air pollu- 
tion is as bad as many other 
highly publicized areas. Only ge- 
ograi-liy and favorable winds have 
kept the discharges from causing 
real trouole, so far, according to 
the report. 

The study showed that there is 
still enough open land in the af- 
fected areas to keep air pollution 
dcfwn. Several problem areas were 
cited in Virginia Beach. 

The city incinerator and ckimp 
near Laskin Road and Holly Road 
24-hour operation, which the re- 
port said "covers the adjacent 
areas with heavy smoke" headed 
the list of Vffginia Beach trouble 
spots. 

Other problem areas included 
Oceana Naval Air Station and 
Dam Neck and the smog created 
by the burning of refuge at both 
instaHations. 

A major problem dted in Vir- 
ginia Beach was the great in- 
crease in population in Virginia 
Beach Borough particularly dur- 
ir^ the summer months, "rhe re- 
{K)rt stated that the increase (rf 
about 3,000 new vehicles causes 
the consumption and ultimate ex- 
haust of an additional 570.000 gal- 
lons of gasoline. 

The repftt is now expected to 
be used in further studies of the 
air polkition proUem under con- 
sida-ation by tfie Southeastern Vir- 
ginia Regional Wanning CkaiBnis- 
sion. which is trying to get a fed- 
eral grant for a new study. 

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Hi CRY OF V»Gt«A BEACH 

<jitlB Mat Dty of August, i9se. 
IMiiACE, Om- 



CmZENS NATION- 
lAL BMy«, ct al, Respondeits. 



• leOAl NOTICE 

OftlNSat OF PUBUCAIION '' 
"nie object of this suit is to have 
a certain alleged Last WIQ and 
Te^meiH and Codicils purported- 
ly ececuted by Adelaide M. Hayes, 
which wa« a<fanitted to probate in 
the Clerk's Office <rf the Circuit 
Couit of the City <rf Virginia 
Beach on the 1^ day ol January 



• LEOAL NOnCll 

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1966, declared invalid. 

And affidavit having been made 
and filed that Tliomas J. Garrtty, 
Stl Harwood Aveiwe, Baltimm-e 
Maryland. Marion Quaile, 2M4 
Bell Boulevard, Baj^ide, Long 
Island, New York, Father Knoep- 
M, S. J. St. Francis Xavier, 16th 
Street (between Sth and Oth Ave.) 



• LiOAL NOTICES 

- - - -^— — ^™ 

New Y<wk, New York. Katharine 
Bud, 79th and East River Drive, 
New Yortt, New York, Mother 
Rose L^hn^ Home for Canc«r 
Patients, Hawthorne. New York, 
little ast«^ of the Pocf, New 
York, New York, CdAcrfic ftphto 
Asylum, New York, New York, 
New York Assn. <^ the Blihd, New 
York, New York, The Monast«7, 
Union City, New Jersey, Home 



• LiO AL NOnCK 

M l I H ll H ^111 'I ■ " ■ I M » 

^ Uw Aged, New YliMk, New 
York, St. Elizdseth Hospital for 
'niiercuter Pati^its, foonx. New 
Yoit, New York, Hoapitel for the 
Ruptured and Crippled, New York. 
New York, and Memorial Hospi- 
tai of New York Gty, New York, 
New York, are not restdoits (d 
the State of Virginia; 

It is ORDCatED that the said 
D9n-resident defendants, namely 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



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Tliomas J. Garrity. Marion Quaile, 
Fath«- Knoepfel, S. J., Kattiaine 
Buel, Mother Rose Lathrop Home 
for Cancer Patients. Little Sis- 
ters of the Poor, Catholic Orphan 
Asylirin, New York Assn. <rf the 
Blind, Tlie Monastfiry, Home for 
the Aged, St. Elizabeth H<»pital 
for Tubercular Patients, Hospital 
for the Ruptured and CriH>led, 
and Memorial Ho^iSal of New 



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We wouldn't be America's 
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lliat'sforsure^ 

We're talking about the clerks who 

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We're talking about our supervisors^ 
store managers, department heads 
and their assistants who shape the backbone of A&P. 

Those behind the scenes, too— 

litferttlly scores of thousands of devoted 

employees in our offices, warehouses, and other facilities. 

'V^thout all these fine people, there wouldn't 
be an A&P-€uid we know it 

They work hard...we*re proud of them. Like most of us, 
most of them will rest too. .. on Labor Day. 



KEEP PLAYING "3 of a Kind" At A&P! 

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MINK STOLE WINNER: 
LT. CDR. J. B. JENKiNS . 

COLOR T.V. WINNER: 

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Mm. Mary L. Allen. 6109 Andrews Lane, Richmond 
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Mra. Elizabeth Walker, Rt. 1. Bo\ 194, DUputanta 
Mr. Garnet M. Hill. Pearlsburg, Va. 
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Mr John Allen. Rt. 1, Box 126, Emporia 
Mrs E. J Schroder. 100 Dirk Dr., Richmond 
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York Ctty do appear w4ftJn ten 
days after Aie inAlioatkm d this 
Order and do wtet is necess«y 
to protect their interests. 

It is furtha- OROERED that the 
forgoing oortion of thk Order be 
publi^ed We a week tor four 
successive we^ in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper pubiyjed 
in the City of Virginia Beach* Vir- 
ginia. 

ELIZ-ilBETH WAIXACE 
By: Ihomas C. Broyles, Counsd 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Juanita S. Grimstead. D.C. 
Thomas C. Broyles. p.q. 
1339 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beaih, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINI.\ BE.\CH 
ON TT:E 26th Day of August. 1958. 
IN THE JMriER OF TH3 ES- 
TATE OF M'.'UIION G. SMITH, 
Deceased. 

ORDER 
It appearing to the Court thai 
a report of tie accountJ of the 
Executor d the Estat2 of Marion 
G. Smith, deceased, and of the 
dj'j.s and danands against the 
■aid e£.ate, have been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this Court, and 
that more than six montlif have 
elapsed since the qualification of 
,he Virginia National Bank, Exec- 
ut(jr of the said estate, on motion 
af the said Executor, it is OB- 



• LiOAi NOfKl 

DEIRED that Ae crediiws of Mar- 
ion G. SmMi and of her estate. 
and any other pffsons who may 
be intore^ed ki si^ estate, do 
appear in the Court ffli Septerr^ 
30, 1906, sxA show cause againsit 
the paymei* and ddivery of the 
estate, without r^un&]g bonds, 
to those a!itiUed thereta 

It is fui^io- OKOIEICD that a 
copy of this (Mtier be published 
once a wedt for twio crasecutive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newsp^)^ having g«i«-al cir- 
culation m the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Caoy— llste: 
JOHN V. FE.NTRESS, Clerk 
By: R. H. WEST, D. C 
P. W. .Ackiss, p.q. 

9 1 2T 
2413 Pacific Ave., 
Va. Beach, Va. 

TAKE NOTICE that on Septem- 
ber 19, 1935, at 10:00 A.M. at Holt 
Bjick, In:., 4830 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
we shall ex;;3se to sale, one 1963 
Buick 2 dr., serial number 4J50S- 
6C34, -eized and repasses-ed frMii 
Lecn Beck r, 102-08 Ave N. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., by virtue of the breach 
of a certain Cond t'.onal Sales Con- 
tract, dated June 8, 1965, in pur- 
suance of tie Uniform Sales Act 
of Virginia. Terms Cash. 
Holt Buick, Inc. 
21 St. & Pacific 
Va. BeacU, Va. 

9 1 IT 



Servicemen In The News 




JOE POTTER 

Seaman Apprentice Joe PottCT, 
USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 
Potter of 2525 Mediterranean Ave., 
has completed his intensive re- 
cruit training at Cape May, N. J., 
and is now stationed at Iwo Jima. 

4> * * 

Army Pvt. James M. Warden, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo J. 
Warden, 200 S. Rosemont, has 
completed eight weeks of advanc- 
ed infantry training at Fort Dix, 
N. J. 



Airman Tinsley R. Le^rick III, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tinsley R. 
Leebrick Jr. of 4849 Old Harris 
road, has been selected for tech- 
nical training at Amarillo AFTB, 
Tex., as a U. S. Air Force air- 
craft maintenance specialist. 



JOSEPH M. ALLSBROOK 

Seaman Apprentice Jos^h M. 
.\llsbrcok, USCG, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William J. All'^ook of 721 
Vsrk.'^brcok drive, has co.Tvpleted 
eight weeks of intensive recruit 
training at Cape May, N. J. 



miHiit ts. tsKEAinWATTE 

Airman Bo&by E Breathwake, 
^Hi of Mr. and Mrs. Jdui R. 
Breatiiwaite of Rt. 1, has been 
selected for teduiical tr^ning at 
Chanute Ara. 111., as a U. S. Air 
Force aircraft maintenance ^lec- 
iahat 



Fireman Arthur B. Galloway. 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 
ard J. Kazmerzak of 809 i\ra«on» 
Blvd., has returned to San Diego 
from a seven-month Western Pa- 
cific deployment with the Seventh 
Fleet aboard the destroyer USS 
Dbcie. 

* ♦ * 

Airman Charles M. Martin Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. 
Martin of 616 Timberland drive, 
has been selected for technical 
training at Chanute AFTB, III., as 
a U. S. Air Force aircraft main- 
tenance specialist. 

* * • 

Eilectronics Technician 2/c 
Douglas V. Hall, USN, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James C. H^dl of 3753 
Edinburg Drive, is serving aboard 
the new'ly^launched Nuciearipow. 
ered PolanisMissle ailsnarine UBS 

Will Rogers. 

* * « 

Clayton P. W. MiHer, son of M«. 
Emmaldne W. Bargovick. 720 OBvi- 
eri Lane, was pitmwted to Aa|»y 
staff sergeant rec«>tly while as- 
sighed to the 2aid Infantry Division 
in Korea. 




WILLIAM J. PERRY. JR. 

Seaman Apprentice Wffliam J. 
Perry, Jr., USCG, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. WiiUiam J. Perry of 5189 Bon- 
ney Road, has completed ei^t 
weeks of intensive recruit training 
at Cape May, N. J. 




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ALL-WEATHER CAPABILITY 







A-6 Intruder Is The Best: Small 



. OCElWA\_The A-6 Intruda- jets 
in the hangar roared out their hot 
blasts of noisy heat, each outdoing'^ 
the other in making it impossible 
to hear anythdng else. Mechanics, 
hwdfy aware of tiie noise level, 
worked on flieir planes. 

Meanwhile. lOommander Will- 
iam Small, the squadron's new 
commanding oMicer watched from 
his- oiffice' ha^ up in the hangar. 
Here, the noise was muffled by 
closed windlows, but the heat, ris- 
irg frcm the jet ejdiaust?, made 
the lack of air conditioning doubly 
notkaible. 

"I cam^ from an A-4 squadron 
with the idea that I was flying a 
wonderful airplane,' related ^e 
ccmmaiuler as he eyed the air- 
craift in the hangar, "but this A-6 
is a tremendwisly fantastic air- 
plane—the best one I've ever 
iflcwn," 

With that, he launched linto a 
review of his acquaintance with the 
airplane that has become the cen- 
ter of his career since he became 
the commandii^ officer of Attack 



Sjuadron 42 (VA^2). the Navy's 
first training squadron in this new 
weapons systopi. 

Sma^i] was Introduced' to the Na- 
vy 's' new A-6 Intruder aircraft 
when he rq)orted to VA-42 as a- 
replacement pilot in July 1984. "Rie 
training squadro) was marked as 
an intermediate station for him, 
with his final destination being 
Attack Squadron 65 (Vi\-65). 

"Sixty five was on Operation Sea 
OA;t aboard the Enterprise," ex- 
p'-ained the commander. "Th3y 
were Hying 'spads' ss an A-1 s(pia- 
dron at the ti!me." 

While waiting for his own ajua- 
dron, S.ifiall coeroplsted-^e training 
■}'"'abus in the Inlruder, and grad- 
uated as a checkSd'Oat pilot in the 
new weapons system. 

"I hcd conr.nleted traniition in 
the A-6 be 'ore my squadron riitum- 
f d " ex''ai'-'-d Sma'', "and I went 
over ami rdieved the ccmmanding 
f i!:cer o" VA-65 in November. Th3n 
the wh:}e squadron came over 
hfr*" =nd went into transition." 

While serving as commanding 



DQRIS PADRICK'S 




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of 




VIRGINIA BEACH 

(Cop.rrlKht, IBM — DorU Padrlrlf 



I don't know anything aibout surfing nor surfo's i»r waterfront prop- 
erty owners; but this week we shall examine the probkm as to what 
"we hear". . . . 

One of Virginia Beach's best assets is its ocean front and W3 have 
miles and miles of it. Along the ocean front are many privately-owned 
hemes, some bave been there for years and mire have been bailt re- 
cently. Pecple who have this .prime property paid a lot of money to gst 
it and a lot of money in taxes to keep it. 

Years ago families built along the water because they liked the sea 
and its changing moods, its avaclability for swimming, and probably its 
privacy. But witfi more pecple becoming able to afford these luxury- 
type sites and with a greater intere-it in all fcir.d's cl water sport, and 
even more noticeable, the increase in the number of youth in Virginia 
Beach populatiori, these beaches became infiltrated by more and more 
yMing people. And when surfing became the rage, a whcle ne-* set a' 
problems arose. 

Surf boards and swimmers pist didn't mix. So the City tried rdes 
and regulations to meet the prcbl^n— surfing areas and surfing hours 
were set up. Fine. . . ~ - 

IBut like a hostess who prepares for ^ intimate family dinner and 

finds her family has friends who &])3o have friends and they all arrive 

t(^{«ttier, there just isn't enoti^ preimration; o:iade to take care of 

• #11 croiwd! And ro matter hqcw l^sigd ib^ tciw-to im9 everyone ha^ipy, 

4t fuit "aintHttBu^". 

Wfert are aurfars? Tliey are young d course. It is a sport that only 
the young and healthy can enjoy. And grezt crowds of all that unin^ 
hlbited vitality conceriratcd in a smsH area is apt to be frightenirg to 
behdd. 

We see boys with hair tco long and girls with bathing suits too bri3f 
. . .so to the uninformed adult eve, they are a wi' d bunnh c' kid? ard 
not to be busted. This may be the case for a few, and unfortunataily, 
the mffliy must be held account -ble for that ffw. 

Par^its of surfers will tell you a different stcry. Except for worrying 
about their children gsttirg hurt (becmise the surfing area is too small 
for the numbers out <mi the boards), they have nothing but praise for 
the sport. As cne mother put it, "Surfers are too tired to get into trou- 
ble!" 

Do you realize that many of the surfer> get uo before dnylight just to 
surf? They spend hours on the waves and mi the beach. All their energy 
is expended in conquerung the water. They are cut of doors in the sun- 
shine ^ fresh air and salt water and exercising strenuously. Bcdies 
get tarned, toned, and strong. ^ 

They are not bored and looking for somrthing crazy to do. \s Icmg 
as ftey can surf, that's all that is important. Ar.d parents of surfers 
seldom have to wonder where their children are or what they are doing. 
They, know they are surfing, . . 

Occasionally surfers qpe arrested for jurfing at the wrong hour and 
in the wrong area. Laws are made and the law shou'd be upheld. Both 
par^its and their surfers realize that. But what brings the greatest 
amount of controversy regarding the arrerts is that only a few tickets 
are given when many are breaking the law at the same time at the 
same place. 

It does seem r^er ironic that lamilies who bought homes on the 
oceaniht>nit can only use Q^ water for surfing early ir the morning or 
late in the evoiing. It has been suggested that an additkmal time fran 
noon to 2 p.m. be set aside for surfing. At that time of day tourists or 
locrf swimmers and bathers will be having lurch, and little childrai 
shouW be taking a nap or at least inside out of the hot beach sun. That 
seems one sensfcfe approach to the problem. Ma^fe you have others. 

Those who have had property on the waterfront for years and don't 
like surfers nor surfing and don't want,them anyw4iere rear their pro'> 
erty should be heard from also. Opposite opiniom aired in a reasonable 
mmner nM#Jt brfag about understanding for both points ot view. 

Surfers don't want to break th? law nor' invade anyone's privacy. AU 
they wfmt b to surf safely somewhere. . . 



oflwer of the si^iadron, Small also 
worked' as an instruotor pilot, 
teachii^ his own squadrxH) to fly 
the new aircraft. Under the wateh- 
ful eye-cf Capt. W. S. Nelson, the 
fath«" of the hiGuder program. 
Small continued to gain pro.'iiciency 
in ^e aircraft — training others, 
while still being trsined to a great- 
er extent. 

Upon VA-65's graduation from 
the Intruder program, the scpia- 
dicn operated frcm Oceana Naval 
Slaticn before being a.?sign?d to 
the USS Consitellation fcr d^y in 
Viieinsm. 

"I had VA-ffi for almost 20 
mcnths," said Small. iTie normal 
tour for a commanding o.'ficsr d 
an attack squadron is one year. 

Small then mused about aooie cf 
the experier.et'3 the squadron had 
d.rin^ its post-training days be- 
Tore gDing to Ae Pacific. It became 
evidert that he had f«id m«n> 
ries cf the days he -ipent with his 
first Intruder squadron. Finally, 
he summed up bis command of 
I ,he squadron: 

"I ^ink command of VA-65 was 

I perht'pij the highlight cf my ca- 
I reer to tliis point," mused the 
! ccmmander. "The opportunity to 
' s'arl wjlh >a squadron when it 
i first started training in the air- 
I plane, and to stay with it until we 
i get into combat wa^ a real chal- 

I lenge and a real thrill." 

I 

I Throughout the command of VA- 
fS and into his present cMnmand, 
Small has found a growing admira- 
tion for the plane with which his 
daily routine is concerned. 

"I believe that althou^ ths ca- 
peMity has been claimed for other 
j aircraft, the A-5 is the first one 
I that realistically has an all-wealhir 
I ccnvtntioral delivery capability," 
i sfid Cmdr. Small. 

'He pointed out several instances 
from the news of the past few 
weeks where Intruders were the 
I only planes capable of making 
strikes in^ the heavy monjoon 
weather of Vietnam. Then he cited 
the instance in which Intruders 
struck the Uong Bi Power Plant 
near Haiphong when no other air- 
craft could make the strike. 

"Tt's been proven many times 
by all the A-6 squadrons," ex- 
pounded Small, "that we cou'd de- 
liver bombs accurately in any 
weather on just diout any type of 
tajiet." ,:,rt^. „,, 

•Wetnain, aocordhigtto th* com-^ 
mander, is an excellent showtase 
cf the Intruder's virtues. He spake 
freely of the proflcicrcy with which 
the plane— equipped with the DI- 
.'iJNE (digiital inertia! airbo.-ne nav- 
iaatioij equipmert) si'stem— attack- 
ed its targel?, and of the accuracy 
that msde the aircraft a deadly 
weapon. 

"I knew of no ether airplanes 
that have comiparab'e systems," 
smiled Small, his pride in his air- 
crat shewing en his face. Then he 
recalled his excharge duty with the 
>\ir Force and his day^ as a A-4 
Ekyhawk pibt, and added, "The 
?:curaciics and various backup sys- 
tems and di.=iplays are nowhere 
n?^r the quality we have in the 
A-6." 

Exiplaining the pounds for his 
corf'dence in the aircraft. Small 
pedntfd cut that mo :t cf the mod- 
ern planes today have inertial nav- 
igation systems aid radars which 
pick out targets to be bombed, 
but that no other aircraft can do 
the jT'b with the accuracy ami ver- 
sati''ity of the Intruder. 

"You're not going to find a guy 
on a bicycle carrying a bag of 
rice," grinned Small— adding that 
that's sometimes nece'^sary in Viet- 
nam, "birt where you haive enemy 
vthides moving, the A-6 not only 
has ttie cE'^ability of finding than, 
b<A of making a good attack." 

Small ako ta'k^i aboirt the Russ- 
ian biii't Surface to Air (SAM^ 
mii'sik? being used by the enemy 
in Vietram. Paving fHawn over 
Vietnam hinnsclf rai actual comb it 
niissions, the authority with which 
he spoke abort the deadly-sibiect 
<v'a^ laced with a matters-fact 
Ett tude that you would expect 



'r;«n someone discussing last 
ni^'s boxing niatch or football 
game. ^ 

"Our pecple are flying over miss- 
i'e sites with the realization that 
the' airplanes are good enou^ and 
our training is good enough so that 
we're capable of contendii^ with 
the mis.iles, explained the com- 
mairior. "I think the biggest im- 
portant thirg for our i^mes and 
our peiaple over there is that we've 
grt c;:n;idence in our equip'ment 
and in our tactics, and we have 
enough kncAvledge so that we're 
rot arrald of the unknown." 

Cmdr. Small noticed that it was 
2:30 p.m., ^d c(Mnmented that 
h-> h'd an e -^ointment in Florida 
at 4 p.m. He said, however, that 
the"e was -till p'enty of time— 
"a/'^r all", he joked, "I do ily an 
A-6." 

Turnirg back to the subject at 
hand, Small commented on the 
nmiors that circulated early in the 
Intruder"s history dbout Secre- 
tary of Dei'ense McNamara's con- 
sidei'ation of scrapping the A-6. 
iPoirting cut that he -^apected the 
matter to be based orily on rumor, 
he phll'csophized: , 

'"I'm sure hei was concerned as 
to whether or not we were getting 
our money's worth. Un.iir,0ie In- 
truders got utto action over in Viet- 
nam, ndbcdy ever knew what re- 
turn the goveriin^nt or the coun- 
try was getting for the invest- 
ment." 

He attributed the change of 



ViRGiniA Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 

SEaiON B I 



DIFFERENT AIRPLANE 



VF-ll To Get F4B Aircraft Again 



OCEANA— strange as it may 
seem, one of the Navy's o'dsst and 
most ccijrful fighter squadron; is 
preparing to tjansition to Lhp F4I3 
aircriift tor the second, time. 

Fi^er Squadron Efcven, better 
kncwn as "the World Famous Red 
Ri,:pers flew the Boeing F4B air- 
plane from 1929 until 19G4. And 
r.cw squadron per.?i3nnel are start- 
ing training to prepare themselves 
to receive the F43 airplane again. 
E.vcEf t this time the squad on will 
be ilying.the supersonic McDonndl 
'F4(3 Phantom II jst fighler-inter- 
ce-Lcr. 

The old Bceirg F43 of 1929 was 
the first single seat figbter-'jight 
bonber that the U. S. Navy had 
that was conve.-ted for use as a. 
dive bjmber. This sturdy old bi- 
f'one carried a machine gun and 
had the CEpability of carrying one 
500 pound bomb. 

The Mc'Donr.el F4B Plantam II 
of 1955 is a two-seat, mu'ti-puiro^e 
fighter that carries a crsw oif two: 
The pilot and a radar intercept of- 
ficer. The aircraft is incorporated 
with the .Aero lA IMissile Control 
Sy^m providing radar target 
tracking and signals for missile 




BOEING F4B 



NAVY PHOTO) 



thought about Oie plane to the p^-l^^ ,j,he Phantom II can 
fcrmance of VA-K and now VA-85T* .._ »,. _:.. c tt, .i.^.. 



ton Roads, Virginia. The original supported the Allied invasion of During the past few morittis. many 

Red Ripper insignia was adoipted Africa and later conducted the fa^ of the pilots and men who fly and 

in late 1927 or early 1928. The squa- Antferican naval air strikes on 

dron has been redesignated many German forces in Norway. In 1944, 




inTH NATO'S STRnONG FUIET IN THE ATLANTC. Seaman A^rcaOee Victor K. Stkmm, V. 8. 
Hwwj, •{ Vfa^rrta Beadi. Vlrgtata high atop the ^Mi bridge ^ the l»«vy enSma \m H^mftsi Sm, 
-^„,'a^ iBto ttie UMd( Nordi AUi^- tie Newport News, flag^ cf Viee ^h^al iOiber S. M«ler- 
^Oaamm'er Slrlkta( FWt AtlMtlc. It earrMUf pw<iclp«yB( ki NATO EierelK "Str^^M Uced" 



in the V'ielnam combat area. 

Small thought it significant that 
Oceana Naval Air S;,ation has been 
mads the East Coast home of the 
.V6 Intruder and (he F-4 Phantom 
II. This move was begun over a 
year ago under the "Navy's "Base- 
loading" progiiam. 

"It's interesting that here at 
Oceana, we have A-6s and F-4s," 
noted STr.iall, "because and A-8 and 
F-4 loaded with weapons have 
identical performance ajaracteris- 
tics and make an cutstan<Kng at-, 
tack team. 

"This combination is being used 
everyday in Vietnam," informed 
Cmdr. Small. "The ^ carries Uie 
ban fas and the F-4 goes alot^ for 
flack ayp^gre^ion and :Combat air I ^^^ '^;;'''^, 

He am&ed es he said "It works 

real well." 

Or.dr. Small is^a native of Lit- 
t'e Reck, Arkansas, where he was 
born on Feb. 22, 1927. He graduat- 
ed from the Naval Academy 
in 1948, ard received his Naval 
Aviator's wirgs in 1949 upon grad- 
uation frcm flight training. 

Sei"virg with the Navy as an in- 
structor, an admiral's aide, and an 
air cperations ci'licer, he was ord- 
ered to duty with the Air Force as 
an fxdha'ge clficer in 1958. He 
served with that branch of service 
un'.il 1931, f.ylng the .Air Force's 
F-ICH, F-1C2. and F-104 aircraft. 

A tcur at the Naval War .CoH«ge 
lard at the headquarters cf the 
Ccmmander in Chief of the A'lan- 
tic F'eet preceded the orders which 
brought Sniall to VA-42 aiid the 
A-6 Intruder program. 

In looking at the future of ^e 
airplane which has come to be a 
great part of hjs care». Small is 
greatly confident: 'T do not think 
there is any other system in the 
woiW, nor is there one right 
around the comer," concluded the 
c-inonander, "hat has the capa- 
bility or the pcteitial that the A-6 
has." 



carry up to six Sparrow HI air-to- 
air missiles or four Sidewinder in- 
fra-red air-tO'iair missiles. In addit- 
ion, the airp'ane can be equipped 
with a variety of bombs, homing 
glide weapon? or napatai tanks. 

The Red Rippers were origmaUy 
cwnmis'ioned as Fighter Sqadron 
Five on February 1, 1927 at Hamp- 



A 



Back Bay 
Applications 



Hunters desiring blind reserva- 
tions on the Game Commission's 
Trojan and Pocahontas Waterfowl 
.Managanent Areas at Back Bay 
:an abmit their applications be- 
ginning September 1, according to 
Supervising Game Biologist C. P. 
Gilchrist. Up to 3 hunters can be 
acccmmodated in each blind. A $3 
blind fee on Trajan gives hunters 
witi their own boats and decoys 
vise of the assigned '3lind for one 
day On the Pocahontas area a 
$3 daily fee includes boat, guid? 
and decays. 

Thee areas will be open for 
d„ck and goose hunting every day 
except Sundays from November 
14 through January 7. Hunters 
without advance Wind reswva- 
tions win have to take their chan- 
ce on opeiings for any^iven day. 
Choice of dates will be decided by 
a drawing October 17. .Applications 
receive after tfiat date will be 
a^'signed to vacant bUnds on a 
fir^-caine first-served basis. Ap- 
plkation forms are available from 
the Commisskm's office in Rk^ 
mond.' 



VEPCO Lets 
Contract For 
New Building 

RilCKIMOND — Virginia Electric 
my has awarded 
%o W. B, Mere^^n, tax. d NoiC' 
lolk the <»ntract (or c«tsbruotion 
of ■gft^ft service kiildirig at Vlr- 
■giriia Beach. Work will begin im- 
mediately. 

j The new building, scheduled for 
! ccrrpletion by the summer of 1967, 
' will provide service heaiquarters 
for Vcrco's electric and gas op- 
errtirg dtpartmcnts, an Electric 
Living Center with modem kitchen 
cqui'pmcr.t for display ard djnnon- 
■ strations, and o Cices for the sales, 
e-r.gineerirg and accounting depart- ■ 
men's, re,.l:.cing the pre.-s.'-.t serv- 
ice building located at 18lh Street 
ard .Arctic Avenue. The new head- 
quarters will be larger, moi;e mcd- 
emly eqiipped, and centrally lo- 
cated to better serve the rapidly 
ex"=;nd n? area. 

The building will be coni?tructcd 
en a 6.42 acre bt on First Colonial 
R.ad nrar Laskin Road immedi- 
ately adjacent to the Norfoik-Vir- 
ginia Beach to'l road. It will be a 
cne-story all-electric building cov- 
ering 21,000 square feet, including 
store rooms and three loading plat- 
'forms. The total co-t of the pro- 
ject, including land'aud equipment, 
wii'l be over $600,000. 

The build'ng will be constructed 
of brick facing on b'ock walls with 
stone trim around the windows. 
Special recessed fourescenl Kght- 
-i.r*g, as^Aa't tile floor, suspended 
acoustical tSe ceiling, and floo.d- 
li^ts ftr night lighting will all be 
features cf the new building. 

In keeping with Vepco's constant 
ci'lcrt to imirrove the appearance 
of its facilities, appropriate larsl- 
scapiin? will be inc'udrd to mi*e 
; the ate attractive and to screoj 
the storage area. 



Popkin To Speak 

Howard Popkin pa-;t pre-'dsnt 
of the Council of Civic Leagues 
of ;>Jorfo!k. and at present serving 
as chairman of that Councils milk 
conrmittee. will speak at the meet- 
ing of tte Council of Civic Le33u?s 
of Viririnia Be'Jch, Wednesday, 
FcHen-ber 14. 1966 at 7:M pm. 
V^e meeting will be he'd in the 
V?"KO Building. 319. IBih Strwt. 
Virsin'a Beach Borough. 

M^rrbcr organ''.atin.i of t'le 
Virginia Beach C uicil requested 
"I t^f'r 1-st m^ft'rs that a 



times, h^as flcwn many different 
aircraft and has had many 
distinguished of'icers and men as 
its members; but the Red Rippers 
name, insignia and traditions that 
have existed since 1927 have never 
changsd. 

The Red Ripp«^ originaBy flew 
the Cartii's F6C-3 Hawk from 1927 
until they transitioned to the Boe- 
ing FSQ in late 1928. The Red Rip- 
pers were the first Navy squadron 
to receive the Boeing F4IB-1 air- 
craft ; ^ey received their fust F43t 
1 on August 9, lffi9 and flew this 
aircralt (plus the later F4B^ 
model) until early in 1934. The 
Red Ricpers were assi^ed to the 
old USS Lexington din-iilg diese 
years and were home-based at 
San Di^o. Calif. The Squadron op- 
erated with approximately 18 air- 
craft. 



the rmF Rippers, eperafting from 



the squadron was sent to the Pa- 
cific Theatre and on board the USS 
'Buriker Hill and the USS Essex 
won two Presidential Unit Citations 
for combat. During the late 1940's, 
the squadron was stationed on both 
coasts of the United States and in 
1948, sailed around the world on 
board the USS Tarawa. In 1982, 
the Red Rippers deployed to the 
Korean Conflict on board the USS 
Kearsarge. In the late 1^'s the 
squadron jvas directly involved in 
flight operations during the Suez, 
Lebanon and Formosa Crises. Ih 
1961, the Red Rippens sailed the 
waters around the troubled Do- 
minican Republic on board the 
USS Roosevelt. 

Tne Red Rippers recently com- 
pleted their ninth peace-time de- 
ploymer.t to the Mediterranean on 
board the USS F. D, Roo^veJl. 



work on the Crustders have been 
ordered out and a large number oC 
new men have reported in. 

In July 1988, Figther Squatktm 
Eleven changed its hwne port 
frim NAS Cecil FieU in Jadcsan- 
viEe, Florida, to N>\S Ocean*, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The di^ 
station change was neces.ary to 
allow squadron persorjisl to re- 
ceive the vip)rous training needed 
to prepare them for the F4I3 Phan- 
tom 11. Pilots who remained with 
the squadron wiH conduct their 
flight training under the tutels^e 
of VF-101 at NAS Key West, Flori- 
da and VF-lOl Detachmeht Oceana 
at NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach. 
The Red Rippers hope to receive 
their firit new F4B Phantom ll's 
in Septen-.ber. The squadron is 
presently scheduled to d^ptoy next 
on b~ard the USS Forrestal early 
in 1967. 

Cdr. Arthur C. Darrick is 



liB^--T6ni|ip»'ViM|^ FB C^ijiadtar tiie Red Rippers. He lives w^ Ms 
the fi^dedcU^ tine UGS ttaasfir ^^ s(^ ^ ^iter since USO. wiie aoniSamity in Vir^nia BeaA. 



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l^f'r 1-st m^ft-rs that a s^.udy 
be mwje of the mild situation, ard 
Mr. Po-Jtin has been a?ked to at- 
tend the next meeting ti *hare 
infonnation he has on t^e T.'bject 
Tlose planning to attend should 
caD one of the following so tfiat 
■PCMMTV arrangements may be 
made far their accooHnodatioo: 
Mrs. Ifcsbert Dugree, W-m4 
Mrs. H. R. Whitehurst. 4304348 
Mn. M. A. Graham. 464-iau 



Committee Formed 

RICHMOND - Virgiiwa State 
Chamber President W. H. Bow- 
ditch has aiHxnmced the formation 
of a special chamber committee to 
work for accelerated growth of the 
DuUes Interrational Airport. 

The committee, called the DuHe.s 
Sudy Committee, is comprised ot 
men-bers from thruout Va. .Ap- 
pointments include, Tlxanas E, Se- 
brell, m. President of Frst ancf 
iriftizens National Bank. Alexan 
dria; W. C. "Dan" Daniel, Assk; 
ant to the Chairman of the Board, 
Dan River Mil's, Danville; R'chard 
C HclmquiLt, Regional Vice Presi- 
dent, Lone Star Cement Cor.ora- 
ticn, R chmond; R. V. H. Djr,can. 
Prefident, Bcb Duncan Real Es- 
tate, .Alexandria; Williiim J Tilley, 
Jr., President. Bristol Iron and 
Steel Company, Bristol and Rich- 
rr.snd; W, P. Kellam, President, 
Kcr.am-E."ton Insurance Campany, 
Virgnia Beach; J. Randolph Pet^ 
row. Director. .Area Developmert, 
Virginia Electric and Po^ve^ Com- 
; anv, Riclanond, 

Ecwditrh noted that Ehi'Us is a 
tremendous asset to Virginia and 
ita'ed. "Dulles is the worWs mo^ 
nsodern inten^tioral aiipott and 
we ^u'd s'l be proud of its to- 
cation in Virginia, tow imagina- 
tive Virginias mi"t a(Bre~sive!y 
stnve for toid development d 
Du"es' potential, for, without 
question, Dulles' prorpmty is aibo 
Virginia's prcpcrity." 

Hie new committee wil wjai 
dosdy wMh the Comndttee for 
OuUm. a northcm Virginia group 
concenKd wik tbe pranetion d 
the abpott 



T. M. Russell Activities Director 




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PATiraiMAN 



VIRGINIA ^:.\CH-The Great- 
er Tidewater Fair .Association hiy 
announced the appointment -tf 
Thonvas M. Russell as Director of 
Activities for the six-day evm$ 
scheduled at Hilltop October i%M 

Mr-;. D. R (Pat) Berman 
named official fair secretary. 

Before assuming his new post 
Uon, Rus&cU was a-sociated for 
six y^rs wiih Susquehanna-Wc* 
tern. Inc.. Cre^lite Division 
Director of Technical Saks 
Public Relations in tfie Lcs .\» 
gelesSan Diego market area. , 

R-issell is mar."icd to the formei 
Sally Bray of Gbucerter County 
and they now res da in thij aref 
with their twa children, Chris ao^ 
Phil. 

Mrs. Berman and her hus 
own ar^ operate the .Arnold 
mer Cleaning Center on Ke 
viile Road and res^ie in ftorfaW 
at 416 West 3Sth ». mth tt^^ 
three-year-old jon, Harry. 

Mrs. Berman formerly was as- 
saciatcd with manv of ths ratioi'^ 
Iwgert fairs while residing in Mi^ 
yland. S nee her nrarriage in 1^ 
^ has b^n away fnxn fair a^ 
tivi^. 

The Greater Tidsw^er Fair ' 
be sponsored by Virg^a 
Elks^ge 

ities s^jported by the 
will be tfie flrai major Ua 
m the Tidewater area 

The fair wiU be InU « 
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N^rsfinia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1 , 1 966 




Peace Corp. To Give Test 



mHJUG ymsmA beach at the CmriiM NatiMal Ea^pMftka are left ia rigb Mirs Sherry GJI- 
C#K NtrfA Ckaaher U C«iimia«e: hMk MaOes, Exeeottve Yiee-Prad^nt of the VlrghOa 
kniber «{ fT ti Hwnit aai Mrs. S. G. MHcM, VbftaU Beach rqireaeBtathre. Hie expe^tioM, 
f iwiMt mm fchii Ml fce Narih Anaatewi f ilia i at fc hroJdag fec<»rJb.for attewlaiice this year. 




Captain Leon^ T. AsMxirn. Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Ash- 
bum of 4501 Pofwells Pt. road, has 
completed apecaVaed pilot train- 
ing at TiiA^ AFC, Okla., ki {he 
U.S. Air Force's newest j^ trans- 
port, the C-141 Starlifter. Captain 
Adibum is beii^ assigned to Do- 
ver AFB, Dd- 



VERiGMA BEACH -RMaents 

interested in puttii^ thdr skills to 
use in devdoping natiooi around 
^le worU are iflfvit«d to take thi 
Pea(» C^rps placonait test at t 
a.cn. on Saturday, Septariber 10, 

at Room a\, Post Office Building, 
York and Granby Streets, Nor- 
folk, Virginia. 

The Peace Corps uses the plsoe- 
ment test to deterniine how an 
applicart can brat be utilized over- 
seas. Tlie test measures general 
aptitude and the ability to learn 
a language, not education or ach- 
ievement. (If test scores indicate 
a Hnuted language-learning ihOi- 
ty, for example, the Peace' Corps 

Radsirran S^man Rsna&l C. 
Anlhcny, USN, son of Mr. and 
(Mrs. R(»takl Anthony of idlS Mi- 
chael'wcod Drive, has con^deted 
the iS^week basic Radarmai 
School ^ the U. S. Nav^ Train- 
ing Center, Great Ldces. 01. 



Private Stqjho) J. W^le, son ot 
Mr. .and Mrs. Ebner T. White, 
2728 BtoaA Bay Road, has com- 
pleted a 14^eiek automoti>« re- 
pak course at the Amiy Onbiance 
Center and School, Aberdeen Prov- 
ii^ Ground, Md. 



Seaman Eric L. Wayne, UBCJG, 
son ol Mrs. G. B. Wayne of ^X 
Aragona Blvd., has coi^eted the 
Aviation Structural Mediaaic Hy- 
draulics School at ihe Naval Air 
Tcdnical Training Center in Mem- 
phis, Temt. 



I tries to p!a(% the applicant in an 
Engliih-speakiflg country.) The 
pLacemait teS requires no prep- 
aration and is njiwompetitive— 
an applicant can aekl^ pass noi- 
fail. 

The application lomi, cqt the 
placement test, is ifie irost kn- 
prtant factor in the sdection of 
Volunteers. Persons interested in 
serving in the Peace Corps ntiu^ 
fiD oU an application, il they hiv3 
not already djne so, and present 
it to the tester before taking the 
tcsl. Applicat.ons may be cotain^d 
from Leal post offices or from 
the Peace Carps, Wasi.ingtjn, D. 
C. 205ffi.' 

The plMemenC tfc^ takes J^out 
an hour and a half. 



Tour 
Resbheduled 



The Gclden Age Cubs of Virgin- 
ia Beach has po^poned its Norfo'i 
Tojir from August 27, 186S to S£> 
teiriber 17, 1966. The tour wiH in- 
dude visits to the Old St. Paul's 
Clwrch, the Myers House, the Mac- 
Authur Memorial, the Norfolk .^ts 
Museum, ani the Garden by the 
Seas. Startir^ points are the Sea- 
board Elementary Schod, The 
First Baptist Church Lynnhaven, 
and Tlie Morning Star Baptist 
Qnuxii. 

Tlie time is from 9:00 a.m. until 
2:00 p.m. The fee is $2.26. 

Any one desirous of taking part 
ia this tour may da so by calling 
h. C. Benjaimiii, Adult Supervisor 
of Union Kcmpsville School, at 
497-6262 or 49»<:831. 



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Scarr Family Holds Reunion 



VIRGINIA BEACH- Five bran- 
ches of a former Hillside, ffew 
Jersey family are conclu<Ung a 
week-long vacation at the Emp- 
ress Motd in Virginia Beach. It 
is the fk-^ time in 16 years that 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Scarr. now 
of H(dlywood, Florida, have had 
their four chiklren together at the 
same time. 

In that interim the tonily has 
grown to 23. Ihe ffoap iochnks 



the Scarrs' two sons who are vet- 
eninarians— Dr. and Mrs. David 
Scarr of West Concwd. Minn., and 
their children, Mark, Donald, Rob. 
ert, Hiomas and Helen; and Dr. 
and Mrs. Leonard Scarr of Ports- 
mouth, Virginia, and their child- 
ren. Amy, Daniel and Adam. 

<In addition are the two daugh- 
ters and their families— Mr. and 
Mrs. Abort L. Keller of Eliza- 
beth, N. J. and their children, 



Martin, Fred and Ruth; and tfiose 
who traveled the greatest dist- 
ance, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Blankoff 
of Brussels, Belgium, their daugh. 
ter, Raissa, and son, Ivan. 



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STRONG 
COMMUNITIES 



BAPTIST 



AKAtiUilA B.\I'TIST CUVKCU 

liow Meeting In Louise Luxlord 
Eli^.nientaFy School 
N. C. Clitton, Paiilor 



BAYSIDE BAl'TIST CHCRC'H 

, 14M0 Pleasure Houise Hd. 
Junies V. OeFoe, Pa»lor 



BEArM^-AWN BAPTIST CHCKCH 

bill iu)d Meii. Avenue 
Qeorie WoUett. Jr.. Minister 



FAITH BAPTIST CHCRCH 

081 !< Va. Beath Blvd.. XorIol« 
Frod M. FariM. Pastor 



FTRST BAPTIBT CHVRCa 

;)6th St. at Itolly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 



OCC.VirA CHVRCH OP CHRIHT 

1460 Vi.«la;a BeacB uivd. 
Boy WiliOD. -Cantor 

PBMIMtOKR MANOR tTMTKD 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

( Coiif ref ationai Christian) 

2!*^un^ in Penibrolte Manor 

Elementary School 

Bev. Carl T. Da^e 



CHURCH OF GOD 



AH«IKMBLV UK liUU 

Virgin'fe beach Boulevard 

I'.asi Lane — Oi«ana 

Re< . Sumuel D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHl'RCH OF UOli 

020 14th Street 

Bobby B. Sams. Putor 



FRANCIS A8BURT MBTOODIST 

CUUKCH 

OiMt Heck Roa4 

Leuoy U»viB. Alunater 



BAIOOOD MnMORIAL. HBTHODUT 
CHURCH 

4713 HayKood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Paator 



LfHIKS MKTH01H8T CHUBCB 

65UO VirrlulB Beach Blvd. 

Rev. C. Kalon GrSiy I ' 

LVNNHAVEN MKTHOIUST CHl'BGH 

Little Neck Road 
Rav. Oscar V. Ilodriaruei ' 



iriMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Prlnceei Anne, Tirftnla 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minuter 



coMMUNinr 



FIRST COLOl^IAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

George T. Stalling, Paator 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Boulevard 
T. J, Tngle, Paetor 



Ll'NHHAVEN COLONY UNITBO 
CHURCH 

'(CongreKational Christian) 

Great Neck Bd. near Shore Drive 

The Key. Tho H. Britton 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
H«rt>ert O. Hubbe, Putor 



8C0TT MEMORIAL MBTH0DI8T 
CHURCH 

409 Ftnt Colonial B«ad 
Eev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



KEMP8VILLB BAPTIST CHURCH 

7720 ' Princees Amie Bd. 
Charles H. Jones, Pastor 



KIHG'S OKANT BAPTIST CHAPEI. 

Meetintr In Kingston Elementary School 
W; Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



O^K GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
Alvin^ St. Clair. Pastor 

PRINCESS ANNE FRESniLL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1416 Oceana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingrle. Pastor 



OCEA?f PARK COMMUNITY 
CHURCH 

E-nPont Circle, Bayside, Va. 
^aul E. MeCuUoUgh, Th.M. 

TIROINIA BBACH COMMUNITY 
> CHAf CL 

LaaUn Rd.. Uokhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodwmrd, Pastor 

EPISCOPAL 

EA«VERa SHOES CMAPEL 

B. 'Sidney SMHien, Rector 



ST. MARK A.M.B, CHVBOH 

Oseana 
BcT. D. P. relton. Pastor 



TABERNACLE METHODIST CHUROB 

PrlnccM Anne, Vinrinla 
Robert H. Gamer. Minuter 



THALIA METHODIST CHOmCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Baaek Blvd. 
William L. Asbar, Paslar 



BALEM xMETHODIST CHUBCB 

Prints Anoe, VircltOa 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 



PRIIiCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
CHUBCB 

245 Rosemont Koad 
Rev. Melvin Hughes, PaRt«r 



ElttMANUBL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
iBev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 



G.VLILKB EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

I 40th and Pacific 
The Aev, Edmund Berktley. Rector 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHT7RCH 

Prirccss Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B, Perkins, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch t>u«k Road. Bayside 



.ONDON BRIDGE B.APTI8T CHITRCB 

London Bridge. Virginia 
G. Edward Huches, Pastor 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Rd. and Edinburg Drive 
Kev. L. J. Taylor,-*-., ^icar 



THALIA LVNN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. heath Blvd. adjoining Prlncesi 

High School 

Rev. Robert N. Wallacft 



FIRST BAPTIST CHCRCIf 

Lynnhaven 
Rev. Melvin R. Booncs. p.istor 



ST. FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

609 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crlgger. Vicar 

FRIENDS 

FRIENDS MEETING 

(Quaker) 
liaskin Road 



VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18th Street 
Rev. Beverly Felty 



PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH UF CHRIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kern, Paator 



PRESBYTERIAN 

BAYSIDB PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
Rev. J. E. Johnson. Pastor 



UNION KE.MPHVII.LE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Rev. S. L. S.'ott. pastor 



BOW CBEER PR^BYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaza Trait 
Wentz J. Miller. Minister 



JEWISH 



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LITTLE PINEY GROVP. BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Cree<ls — Rev. J. M. Hall, pastor 



BIG PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Rev. Rodger SteeJ, pastor 

«iv . 

MORNING ST^R BAPTIST CHURCH 
' Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 

EBENKZRR BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, iwster 



TEMPLE EMANUAL 

2eih and Baltic. Va. Beach 
Philip Pincus. Rabbi 

LUTHERAN 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St.. Glenrock, Norlolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



EM.ANUAl LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Lflfttn Shore Drive at Virginia Beach 
Kenneth A. Prioe. Pastor 



CHRIST PRKSBYTKRIAN CHURCH 

I'iOO Arwona Bovlevaril 
M. Bland Dndlvr. yinister 

t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave, at 30th St. 
John S. Lyles, Pa«tor 



ST. JOHN .4.M.E. CHURCH 

Davis t;orner 

■Rev. J. r. Faunileroy. nastor 

MT. OLlVK BAPTIST 

Bii-dncik Road 



' EVANGEUCAL LUTHERAN UHUR£H 
'^OF THE GOOD SBrBPHERD ^. 

< 1489 Laskin Road 

,' Rev. picjiso^ W. Taylor 

OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHEBAN 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside * 
Kenneth R. Carbaugh, Pnstor 



KINGS QBANT FRBSRYTBRLIN 

745 Little Nock Road 
Raymond C, Fliiton, Pastor 



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LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Villaee 
Rev. Marioif R. Webb, Jr. 



BRETHREN 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington, Pastor 



CHRISTIAN 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregational) 
Shore Drive and Grecnwell Road 

Earl L. Farrell, Minister 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

Disciples of Christ 

6700 W. Baden Road 

G. David Shreeves, Pastor 



PRINCE OF PEAIK LUTHERAN 
caUkCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant' Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medlty. Pastor 

NAZARENE 

OCEANA CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

S. Court HouM Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrich. Pastor 

METHODIST 

BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser, Minister 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem. School 
J. Stanton Blain. Pastor 

BOMAN CAISOUC 

.FTAR OF THE SEA CATHOUO 
CHURCH 

14th St. and Arctic Circle 
Bev. Francis V. Lambrick 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

111 Loboueh Avenue 
Rev. J. Frederick Parker / 

CHURCH OP CHBI^ 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Bca«<h Blvd. Oceana 
Boy N. Wilson. Minister 



BEECV GROVE METBOMBT CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
iLoM R. Jarckson. Pasto' 



ST. GREGORY THE ORKAT 
CATHOLIC CHVRCH 

7271 Virginia Bca.h Blvd. 

Bev. Flavian Yelinko, O.S.B. 

Bev. Paschal Kneip, 0,S.B. 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jackson, Paator 



COMMUNITY METHODIST CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rev. John L. Kibler. Jr. 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU.'S^Jm 

1010 Sandra Lane. Va. Bett<'h 
Father O'Hara, Father Findlay 

ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 Llttlo Ne.k Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creedo. Tirgioia Bea<h. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver, Minister 



FOUNDRY METHODIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd., Lynnhaven 
William H. Acoeta. MInUter 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

200 20th Street 



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VlRGtMlA BEACH - Want to 

see a play that was (rc^jwtedly) 
banned in Boston? (In 1844!) What 
wag high-powered drama more 
, than a hiuM^ed years ago, turns 
o»4 to be "camp" in its funnisst 
foren, and a night of hilarity at 
the Summer Sands Playhouse. 

A daring expose of the evils of 
drink, "Ths Drunkard* will stivn 
how a good man can be ruined 
when he is led astray by unsavory 
characters and he becomes a vic- 
tim of "demon nan". But the vil- 
lain ol the piece is. flr^ of aU, 
greed. However, in the end, vir- 
tue triumphs. . . 



Allan Quatennain as Lawyer 
Crihbs is the viUain, and what a 
villain! Complete with top hat, 
blaclc cloaic, oane, and stiffly wax. 
ed handle-bar mustache, he skulks 
and stomps around and on and off 
the stage to a chorus of hisses and 
catcalls as he plans and executes 
his dastardly deeds in the name 
of revaige and greed. 

The target of his evil-doings is 
weak Edward Middleton (Bcb Wil- 
li«ns), husband of swe^ and gen, 
tie Mary (Susan Epstem) and 
dear father of sympathetic Julia. 

Jumping into action as the pro- 
tector is the hero, Willian Dow- 
ton vigorou^y played by Ekiward 
Blounts III. liiere is also Wil- 
liam's poor demented sister Ag- 
nes (Kay Gore) to be pitied; and 
hypocritical Miss Spindle (Sue 
Ferguson) to d^pise. And in the 



latter scenes, a gidUnt resnwr 
appefii^ on |he scene with ponn- 
pous dignity and flowc»7 sg}eeches 
in the persim ol Mr. Rencelaw, 
himself .... 

The exai^erated acting man- 
nerisHB and batollng dialogue 
tickles the funnybone and the en- 
tire cast puts forth 9«at t^ari 
in making this Ama'ican classic 
c(wne alive once nwre. 

Opening night did not have the 
planned tavem-Uke atmospho^ 
biA it is ecpected at hiture pav 
formances. There was the «rt«r- 
tainment segment between acts in 
which the audience partic^nted by 
self-consciously trying to ai^- 
along with such "new'' songs as 
"Dear Old Girl", "Bill Bailey", 
"Sweet Adeline" etc. And both 
Michael Mehrings and Sue Fergus. 
on's solo renditions of the popular 
songs of the day wer6 seriously 
excellent. 

Otiiers m the vital fabric of this 
moral play are Alice Dubois, Mark 
Grant, Christo{^r Bbnts, Ste- 
phen Lamm, Chris Bourbon, Steve 
Innishowen, Mark Hostd, and 
Frankie DuBois. 

"The Drunkard" is produced by 
Madame Alicia DuBois, and d- 
rected by Arden Rencelaiw, alias 
Harry Lambert, alias Ed Blonts. 

It will play thhxif^ September 
5 in the tent playliouse m 19th 
street, across the street from tlK 
dome. Tidcets ntay be purchased 
at the box office until curtain 
time at 8:30 PJM. 

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September 4 



SeanCoAficry 
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Safety Patrol Help Sought 



Mt. frank W. Cox, Director 
Tidewater Automobile Association 
pleaded today for the cooperation 
and support of tiie adult commun- 
ity in sparking the School Safety 
Patrol program. As part of its 
monthly contribution to the scho- 
ols' traffic safety education pro- 
gram, the Ckb has sent copies of 
this month's award winning traf- 
fic safety paii'.er, "Heslp Your 
Safety Patrol,"/ by Marilyn Hal- 
stead, age 18, of Collingwood High 
School, Cleveland, Ohio, to all el 
ementary and junior high schools 
throughout the area. 



the Patrol program by encourag- 
ing and helping Patrols keep their 
hi^ii spirits and by recognizinz the 
important and essential jc/b they 
are doing." 



Conferral 
Of Degrees 



NANCY AND IuTA. tw« te«B-age inemlieni «( tb* Tidewater Dance 
Guild. In«. 

Dancers Perform For 



Cancer Society 

VIRGINiLA IK:ACH— Tliere w«w 
a few empty seats io the Civic 
C&^ last Friday m^ when 
"Music in* Motfon Sumiber 66" 
was presented by The Tidewater 
Danoe CrulU which may have dis- 
mayed the dffiKers soniewhat, for 
tht- show was for the benefit ot 
the Am«dc8n Cai|Ber Slociety- But 
it ^ected their duxiing not # Ut. 
As our 9-y«er olid critic said, 
"fHiey are having fun vif there, 
aren't they!" 

It was fun for everyone— visual 
a^ojnnent for the Audience and 
performiog joy by the talented 
dancersi 

Cavalier Sets 
Next 3 Plays 

NORFOLK — CavaUer Dinner 
Playliouse has sdt its schedule for 
the next three piroductiiHU, ac- 
cording to Director Timothy L. 
Jones. F^lowing the current suc- 
cessful i»oducti6n of Snnday ia 
New York will be the comedy 
Never Too Late* 

Sunday in New York, which has 
been playii^ to capacity audiences 
since the wedc of its opening, ck)s- 
es (HI Sunday, Septeniber 4. Only 
a few se^ are available for the 
ck»ing performances. Never Too 
Liate opens on Wednet^aiy. Sep- 
tembw T. 

The Octobtf productian-iniiUJbe 
another hilarfous conrtecfy. not selh. 
locally fCH- sonne time. The Fifth 



tin Noven^er, Cavidier will pre- 
sent its first musical -under Jones' 
directk». lOfi S»ffi diQMn ki A 
Funny 11il« Ifi^ipeiied on ttie 
Way to theiWum. The jatxiuctjwi 
original^ stafreid Zero Mostelin 
Nefw York And Icept Broadway 
audiences in stitcties for a long 
run. Wherwer it has been done in 
aroateur-pnojessionai theatre or in 
summer stttck since, the story has 
been the sipie. 

The satirical comedy has sofne 
of the funkiest chwaoters ever 
drafwn, and the-mus^ is extreme* 
ly catchy, tliough IHtle of it e^er 
became popular. 

Jones confided that he is "reaUy 
kwkaig forward to getting started 
on this one". He has flbt no date 
for casting or rabearaals, but says 
tfot there are maqy extremdy de- 
manding roles which xtieaH be 
{iUed. 

"7 

Navy Commander Lawrence P. 
Treadwdl USN, son d Mrs. Law. 
roKe Treadwdl (^ 7222 Atladtic 
ave., has participated in this year's 
annual Sea Fah- at Seattle, Wash., 
as a crefwmember <i tf)e guided 
missile li|^t cruiser, USS Pravi- 
dax». Upon coRH>lation of the 
Fair, the Providence and other 
unXs of the lx(x rejoined the 
flert on patrol in the Pacific. 

• • • 
Mklshipnttn a/c Peter J. Ather- 
ton, son of Mr. and Mn. W. L 
Atteton of 428 lOnsmKxi place, 
a studeiH at the Uiuver^ty <A 
'VH'gtnia, is attending a thrae 
we^ aviatiffi) Q^d tr^ tt the 
Corpus ChrisU Naval Ahr Station, 
Teac. 



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The ^tow began with "Y'all 
Come To a Hootnanny", a rol- 
licking bi^ spirited production 
number of favorite folk songs put 
to dance and music. A traditional 
ballet number was next, "Beauti- 
ful Galathaa" with Nancy Thue- 
sen as "Galathea" assisted by 
the Coifs de Ballet. (Judy Hatch- 
er, Val Luttr4lle, Chris Hollis, Ri- 
ta KeAting, Cam Justice, and 
Jeanne Weat.) 

"Clair de Luiif" was the solo 
dance by Barbara Thuesen in 
fktwing oostume and boneless 
grace. Bari>ara is the founds: and 
artistic Erector of TDG. 

Rita Tackenberg starred in the 
role of Marie in '"nie Lotus Tree", 
an original play by Anthmy Vick- 
ers wMh musical score adapted by 
llxxnac Rice- T!^ tragic fantasy 
of a cr^)pled girl who is rejected 
by human friends and who seeks 
refuge in the forest is poignantly 
portrayed by Rita. Her "bird" 
frieid, Nancy Ttiusen, 13-year old 
daughtw of Barbara, was fantas- 
tically good. Imaginative costum- 
ing in this story-dance productibn 
was created by Mary Duclworth, 
Pam Luttrelle, Mrs. Daniels and 
Mrs. Hatcher. 

The final production was a liis- 
to.y of ti>e beat "Jazz Is" and 
was Uw best of all (according to 
our »-year oki critic). Though spe- 
iialty numbers were perfoitned 
by Chris Hollis and C«n Ju^e, 
Algh R. CfilKliTH. Roy "Skip" 
Ncpwtxn. Val Utttrelle, and Nancy 
McClees, the entire ensemble (Al- 
v^ Wallace. Jack Cross, Judy 
Niatcho-, Jeanne West, Linda Wal. 
lace, Nancy Thuesen, Rita Keat- 
mg, Patty Moody, Brenda Moore, 
Susie Duckworth, Ken Huston, Ri- 
ta Tackenberg, Lynn Baldwin, Jan 
Fichbeck and Mike Taylor) were 
"with it" all'ttie way from the 
jungle drum beat (rf.the witch 
doctor to tl» "Go Go Girls" at 
the finale. 

It would be bard to single out 
any particular performer for spe- 
cial accolades as the dance cono- 
ptuiy is a unit which compliments 
each other, and while one may 
be a star in one number, be or 
she is also a member of the en- 
semble in another. And th^y are 
aU talented and profe^onal and 
... nr»arvelous. —Doris Padrick 



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Mr. Cox painted out that School 
Safety Patrols have been a tre- 
mendous force in school traffic 
safety education. Since the organ- 
ization of the program in the early 
20's, the traffic death rate of 
school-age pedestrians has been 
cut in half. 



Iff VlKGaNIA BEACH - Twelve 
Educationis Magistri degrees were 
awarded to local residents at The 
CcZege of Wiiliam and Mary in 
WilJiaimsburg last Saturday, during 
its annual Summer Commence- 
ment. 



"This tremendous record can be 
maintained, and improved, with 



Virainia Beach SUN; Thursday, Septemiper 1, 



Among those receiving degrees 
were Thomas Walter Alley wk) 
had a BA from W&M, 1964; Will- 
iam Gordon Baskin, BS, The Cita- 
del, 1940; Bert Thomas Copley, B 



vour enthusiastic suooort " said ^' Lynchburg, 1959; Wil'liam Bev- 
your entnusiasiic support, said ^j^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ chrdsUan 

™'"- ^^^ College, 1981; Estelle Vakos Davis, 

"Adult cooperation," he contin- ■ BS in Education, Radford CoHege, 
ued," can be best displayed i 1951; WordeM Johnson DavK, Jr., 
through respect for Safety Patrols i BS, Greendlwro Cdllege, 1962. 
whenever you come into contact 



with them at their posts. Expres- 
sing your admiration for the great 
job they are doing is good for 
tfieir morale. The glamour of be- 
ing a Patrol and a student leader 
soon wears thin when hands and 
feet become frostbitten or rain- 
soaked. The adult community, 
whose judgnfient and approval are 
so highly valued by these young- 
sters, can contribute a great deal 
to the continued effectiveness of 



John Augustine Fahey, BS, Uni- 
versity of Maryland, College Park, 
1960; Woodrow Henry Franklin, B 
S, College of W&M, R.P.I., 1954; 
Celia Thompson Freeman, BS, 
Radford, 1986; Boyd Freeman Ow- 
ens, BA, Atlantic Chrikian, 1958; 
Cecil McLennan Rawls, Jr., BS 
Soc. Stud., The Norfolk Cofflege of 
William and Mary, 1962; and John 
E. Ruzie, BS, Spring HiM Cdlege, 
1942. 




COIXEEN DEWHURST portrays a stiumlng psychiaMst and Seaa 0#'- 
nery atars as her willing patient in Wanwr Bros.' "A *toe Mad a uM ^ , 
Joanne Woodward and Jean ^^ag also star In the Tec hn l c e l a r fl# • 
ductioD. Partrick O'Neal. Collera Dewfaurst, CUve RevOl, Werattr ]M^ 
era. John jFledler, Kay Medford. Jackie Poogan, Zohra Lanpcft. 9m* - 
fell Booke and Siw Ane Langdon cottar. The comie-drama. wUdi JapMi 
Sunday at the Bayne HieabiJ. was directed by Irvin KerdMcr aai ^IK 
duced by Jertune HeDman. 




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Va. Hie PLC program, designed eapeciaOy for college students, leads 
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NOW THRU SUNDAY 

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An Aataunttng Aerial ft 
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H(XlfXiUilr-'hjoa& for Un> pro 
dtlMtt "DilWtlgftSes". to bs 
yefcnM Ute MQoidlm- by tite 
^kIiI Air SUftto ^ i^ annial 
duffify fuaik^MI^ «r«iit. m be 
Ml Bqsteflriicr 7 and S M i p.m. 
li tatUog SA 9S «i ttie ttatiao. 

A OMt itf is pias ■ dmiis of 
linfm iffid AuioBra wSI be re> 
fiinri fcr Mw nuak^ comedy 
Dhidiis a liBoifid fUglit iato the 
world of ba«d^. baed up«i the 
sbart ssory "TIB Y«» the Yan- 
kees Lost tiia Pemunt." 

i>opte of dl ^fe ^xxqK are 
aeiSfed. fron taea^tgere on up, to 
porttiqr bal^diqwn. fh^ frirada 
and tans. 

Ahn Lawson. wdMqoiown in the 
area fop his wntt #« tbe Nor- 
fe* Little tleatre and Cavalier 
Onaer Ptaytaioa^ wffl fired the 
prwiMWiHi issiffW by Bruce Rob- 
erts as musical (yredor. 

Part:cipat'.on is not limited to 
military persOTnd. and all inter- 
ested mennbers rf the community 
are Inwted to attend tryouts. Ev- 
erywK aucfitioning for a part must 
be pnfMred to cWier sing or 
dance. 

Brtry to the Air Station may be 
made tbrou^ the Main Gate on 
l^uasig^Kwi or Gate 4. 



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VIRGMA BEACH— Xast week gieux. Jefferson Parish, La.; Den. 
we Us^ Ihe new and retamrag nis James Haglan, W & M; Mir- 



Capti^ Mb j. Bnannon wiioGe 
'^«'^»cM$lhe #Hi^iar of 
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*ed mmmf finm tfie Mr Qmvers- 
*y'» tktmAm omim Schooi. Max- 
■w** AfO. ASa. Captain ift-annon 
was aeleoted for tbe special pro- 
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nition of Ms jatential as a leader 
iH ^ aerofiinoe force. 



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^tc^rs with their c(rileges or 
former sdhool s^fsns assigned to 
Alant:n, Aragona, Arrowhaad, 
&«rrtde laanen., Bayslde High, 
Cooke. Com^ouse, Cox Higii, 
Creeds, Dqt, Pir^ Colonial High. 
Hermlti^, KeOfflfn High, Kemps- 
ville Elementary, Konpsville Mea- 
*jws. Kempsville Intermediate 
Jtempsville High, Hngs Grant, 
Kingstwi. Ljnkhom park, Luxlord, 
and Lynnhaven. 

To continue: 

MaUba: Frances Carol .\!ex3n- 
dar. WinEtan-Salem. N.C.; Rachel 
Riddlck Jones. (%e;apeake; Jane 
Pope Cleary. returning; Donna 
Clare Hoaster. Gettysburg Co.; 
Alice Riendeau. Jaiksonville, 
Fla.; Carrie Scott, North Adams 
State, Mass. 

O'd Doaat'an: Nancy Eugenia 
Caldwell, Madican; Harriet Ellen 
Evans, CDC; John Musgrave Le- 
vick Jr.; ODC; Sarah Ann Ray- 
nor, Atlantic Christian; Margaret 
Ann Tumo", Giesapeake; Louise 
Grey Weeks, Riclmond. 

Pembroke: Patricia Horton Bo- 
cock; returning; Patricia K. Brum- 
Wey, ODC; Phyllis Katherine Lud- 
f<Mvi, Elizabeth City, N.C.; Syhria 
Dean Ctvnpton. UNC; Rose Ma- 
rie Vallines Couch. ODC; Jean 
MerediA Jones, Frederick; Fran- 
ces Gertrude Rodgers, Radford; 
Joan Ryan, ODC; Gloria Taylor 
Saiafer^ ODC; Brenda Kay Smith, 
UNC; Margaret Jeanne Taylor, 
Len:ir Rhyne; Roxanne Webster, 
UNC. 

Plaza: Margaret Morris Nash, 
HoustOT.Tex.; James M. Oglciby, 
returning; Patricia Reece Rowe, 
Chesterfield, Va!; Rebecca B. 
Spears, Manassas; Phyllis Cross. 
Suitland. Maryland; Virginia Al- 
exander Gann. UNC; Elsie Mae 
Mills, Radford; JudJth Lee Prav- 
ecek, Madison; Horst H. Seibert, 
CD5; Hiael Jclinson Tucker, W 
& M; Jean S. Wallin, ot)C; Mam 



ism Tale Stewart, Newport News; 
Pi'lricia .\nn Henby, Columbia; 
Jacqueline E. Mann, Han^ton In- 
stitute; Margaret F. Parker, Ral- 
eigh, NC; Gaynelle W. Richard- 
son, Fayetteville, N.C.; Helen Mc- 
Cann Waid, CDC; Sharron M. 
Witt. Norfolk; Marie S. Wells, re- 
turning; Norah Teague Williams, 
Charleiton, S.C. 

Seaboard: No new on list at 

liiis writing. 

Seatack: Elizabeth Harris, Jac- 
ksonville, Fla. 

Sh?lton Park: Delano J3unes 
Carroll. E. Tenn. State U.; Mer- 
rilu PauUr Ablowich, returning; 
Shirley Harrdl Dyre, Narfo.k; 
Ann Taylor Roache, ODC; Marion 
Hunter Joyce, U.^iversity of Geor- 
gia; Kelvin B. Parksr, ODC; 
Saundra Ann Wade, MadisxRi. 

Thalia: Frances L. Hamilton, 
Rota, Spain; Arthur C. Eseri>3rg, 
State U. of NY; Joseph Jdui Fa- 
zio, CDC; Eula M. Freeman, Jac- 
ksonville, Fla.; Sharon Martin 
Haring, Catawta; Sharron Shank 
Wilkins, Charleston, S. C. 

nummghgtod: Shirley Jean Hol- 
ton, New Bern, N.C.; Belle Jor- 
dan Landrum, Madison; James E. 
Royster Jr., Atlantic Christian; 
Donna Collins Sutton. Boston XJ; 
Lee Wood Valentine, U. of Geor- 
gia. 

Trantwood: Anne Elizabeth Am- 
erson, Atiantic Christian; Martha 
Barrett Muilenburg. UNC. 

Union Kempsviile: John Lyman 
Haines, USNA. 

Virginia Beach Jr. High: Willie 
L. Braye. Gloucester, Va.; Geral- 
dine Hancock Edwards, Long- 
wood; Sarah K. Hohnes, Ports- 
mouth; Marjorie Phirtister. Cleve. 
land, Ohio; Martha Carole Rog- 
ers, returning; Ann Mantg<wn«7 
Chappel, Longwood; Claudia Eliz- 
abeth Hayden, Radford; Marion 
Midyette Kizer, ODC; Connie Mae 
Vis Korver, Nashua. Iowa; Judith 




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(center, atanding) vbits his brother Jeaie (to ik right), to OifiMi'B 
left is another brotiier, WSIiam, a aergeadt hi the U- 8. Marines. Seated 
are Lynda, his sister-fai-law; Mrs. Calenger Beale. Us mother; and Us 
15-year-old sister, Sylvia. 

Clifton Beale - Artist 



Text and photo by Douglas Barnes 
In Winton, S.C, a teacher at 
the C. S. Brown High School--an 
a^t major in college— has succoed- 
ed in giving to her pupils the joy 
of painting and sketching and the mer flowrt*? ' af ^iflK^ Atitled 
creativity wfiich expresses itself "Ribbon Rahibow" ducting cotor 



an etching but when examined 
closely, however, the work was 
done on a tj^w writer! Another 
was a ^111 lue riuwing a huge 
black vas4 00^4^*^ sum- 



ie Webb Winstead, UNC; Loleeta ^^ Locta-idge. W 4 M; Harvey 



S. Watson, Portsmouth. 

Priaceas Anne Iflgh: Lynda Kay 
Brown, Sparta, N.J.; Thomas Al- 
ley, W & M; Helen L. Braum, 
ODC; Mamie Malbon Burse, rfr- 
turning; Francis Charles Collier, 
Khartoum, Sudan; Judith Marie 
Cox, Richmond; Daarnia W. Don- 



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E. Martin Jr., Newport News; Al- 
ice Geneva McCollum, Winthrop; 
S^uel Pripe Preston II. David- 
s'; Caivlyn Jean Swink, W & M; 
Helen Paige Valentine, Radford; 
Jill Sharon Watson, U. of Miss.; 
Tacnara Latima- Warreni Rad- 
ford. 

WBliama: Carnell Haskin Clay, 
Chesapeake. 

Wtaidsor Woods: Betsy Burton, 
UNC; Sandra Lee Can^bell, Ash- 
land; Kathleen-- Kingsley Cbrey," 
Iowa aate; Judith (Beh^etf D^er, 
San Antonio, Tex.; Lida Hooper 
Kepner, Longwood; Elizabeth Lee 
Mo.\llister, Longwood; Deborah 
Ann Thomas, W & M; Julia Lynn 
Hall, Meredith. 

Woodstock: Elsie G. Hollowell, 
Greenville, N.C.; Verna Mann 
Hooper, Dare Co., N.C.; Shirley 
McGratfi, Portsmouth; Suzanne 
M:>ore, Pensacola, Fla.; Fay Mar- 
lene Reid, ECC. 



in all of their work. Sie's been 
teaching art for many years. 

iShe sffld: "die 'bootlegged' her 
instruction in art." because it was- 
n't in the curriculumi — There 
wasn't money enough but' sh^ad 
time for her gifted students. 

One, of fl«ni' Clifton Beale. is 
planning to extilbit in neiSt^year'i 
Art Stxak at the Beach. In Ahos- 
kie, N.C., CUfton Beale, 23, has 



swu-ls of red, yelknv and {dum; 
a gay 13 year old girl yi bright 
green sladcs, with blonde hair, 
seated on a rock Was titled "Deep 
Itiought". An unusual oil of 
"Christ^alking On The Water" 
was Jfeffling, for wh«i we looked 
at His face, we noted a slighdy 
scowl^g expressk>n. "It's pos- 
sible that the work! is hi such a 
mess that He is puzzled." said the 
artist. Others included non-white 



set" up sh^ in the downtown sec- "^^ *^* distinct negroki fea- 



tion where Rev. Jiames Fehon of 
Winton, S.C, is operathig the bur- 
eau of Information on Hoti$ing. 
Here Clifton paints and sdls sket- 
ches, oil paintings, pastels and 
crayons. He has rare tal^. 

We mterviewed Clifton last week 
as be. with his family, niother, 
brbUier, riSter and sister-in-law 



tures 

"He hopes to enter his work in 
next year's Art Show", sakl Jesse 
Beale proudly. "I'm sO glad they 
stopped by to see me at the Beach. 
I wish I hadn't taken my vacatkin 
or I'd go on with them!" 

Another brother, Sergeant Wil- 
liam M. Beale, has just returned 



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VIRGD«A BEACH - Sam Tlie 
Sham and l^e Ptiaraohs headline 
the all-star show at Ttie Virginia 
Beach Civic Center rai Monday, 
Septem'ber 5th as the wind-up of 
a seven-<fay tour of the South. 

"Lil' Red Ridmg Hood", the 
nmi hit record by Sam The Sham 
A The Pharaohs has been the 
most popular record released by 
the group. Their manager. Lenny 
Stogel, says that the disc is ex- 
pected to hit near 2,000,000 in 
sales. 

Co-^arrmg on the <Mie nighter 
are The Swingin' Medallions 
whose hit record "Double Shot Of 
My Baby's Love" brougttt than 
fast recogirition ^ross the coun- 
try. They will also perform their 
latest release, "^e Drives Me 
Out Of My Mind'. 

The all tar, one-ni^ ^ow at 
CSvic Cento- will not only highlight 
the hit records (rf tlwse popular 
acts, but will be the testing 
grounds for tunes the stars are 
planning to record. 



a gatherng.of Jehovah's Witn«»^ 
ses in Bsdtimore wliere Mrs. Beale 
will be a delegate. The Beale fam- 
ily had stopped to see Jesse Beale 
who works at Galilee Episcopal 
Church. He had brought some 
paintings with him. 

After at least an hour's visit 
with this interesting family,, we 
got a snapshot of them as they 
rested before going on through 
the Chesapeake Bridge-Tunnel to 
Baltimore. We also a-ked if we 
might see his work. 

One of Uie most interesting was 



is on his way ta'p-ftlsQaMt (Stttf 
at Fort Belvoir in Virginfa. M- 
liam was driving the family to 
the conventon. A aister-ln-law Lyn- 
da, accompanied the Beales artd 
15-year-old Sylvai was also along. 

Mrs. Calonger Beale, a tiny la- 
dy witji a strong sweet counten- 
ance, is a delegate to the conven- 
tion. Upon her flowered blouse 
we noted a name tag with the in- 
scription: "What has jGod's King- 
dom been doing since 1914?" 

When we apologized for being 



"Head of a Girl"-"Jacqueline" ^^^^'.'f'' Beale repUed "We ap- 
. . . at first glance it looked like P'"'"^^^ ^"^ ^"^g «* aU and 



Photography 
Awards Given 



N.\TUR.\L BRIDGE-Archie E. 
McDeantiid of Chesapeake was el- 
ected president of the Virginia 
Professional Photographers' Assn. 
at it'S clonng session here last 
Tuesday. McDearmid will succeed 
James Gentry of Salem on Octo- 
ber 1 when tfie group's fiscal year 
begins. 

At the group's closing banquet 
awards presented for outstanding 
work during the past fiscal year 
included those to Mrs. Irene Smith 
of Virginia Beach and William S. 
Mcintosh and Stanley Jones of 
NorfoHt. 

Seaman Recruit Joseph C. Had- 
dock, USN. SMI of Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph Haddock of IMS Josephine 
Crescent, has been graduated 
from nine weeks of Navy basic 
training at the Naval Trairang 
Center, Great Lakes, 111. 




we, m Jehovah's Witnesses are 
tau#Tt patiraice." Everyone ol her 
chiWren respects her and we 
thought of the wofk and tare she 
had put into their upbringing. 

Inquiring of Servant Bill if his 
religwus faith bad been shaken 
by his active duty in Viet Nam. 
(wfiat a question!) he replied: 
(with a hearty laugh) "I, believe 
you'd better qupte me as "fio 
Comment!" "Naw, Son!" saki his 
mother. (Son . . is 31!) 

We trust Clifton Beale wil] bring 
his wortt to the 1967 Art Show next 
Jijly-'AB of his paintings are for 
sale. A qiiiet reserved yotuig men 
he seems to know «faat he wants 
to do hi life. 



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Virginia families 

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afarvedby W. T. Cddte «»ool Ms 
d^Uied and with it th^ bus rout- 
es, tli revised fcheibiie is: 

TU£K 1-^ 24: Krs. Tann- 
Cokn^ Tndler Cottit to Sdiod. 

mJuk tr-Vtyaa liedtterrtoein 
did 1^ St. We«t dn 3Dth St. to 
CffiH%, South to CaroUita. ESisst 
to llt^torruean. Soi^ to ^fftn- 
sm fltflife. East to Aretk:. North 
to "ftrrtcc. West td UeMerma- 
em tD School. 

Vmm l-Ite lf7: Mrs. Daven- 
pjjrt-ftotn Atlantic at 18th ^., 
Sotith on Atlantic to Rudee Kvd , 
South' on -Rudee to Croatan. Bast 
(o VdiKlerbat. South to Marvland, 
East to South Atlantlic, North to 
E'm, West to Dare, West on Dare 
to Croatan, West to Rudee, North 
to Southside, along Southside to 
Rudee, North tp Atlantic, North 
to 4th St.. West to Pacific, North 
to 11th St., West on Lake Drive to 
Mediterranean to SdiooL 

RED 1— Bus 131: Mrs. Allard— 
From Virginia Avenue and Rudee 
Avenue, South on Rudee to Ken- 
nedy, East to Caribbean, North 
to Vir^nia to School. 

RED 2-iFrom NorfoMc and Ru- 
dee, South on Rudee to Delaware. 
East to Carifab^ui, North to Nor- 
folk to School. 

GREEN 1— Bos 34: Mrs. Olivey 
—White 0^ Motel, Virginia Beach 
Trailer Village. Triangle Trailer 
Court, East on 17th St. to Cj^ress, 
North to 20th St., East to Medi- 
terranean, Soutfi to 17th St., to 
School. 

GREEN 2-JFrom NorfoBt Ave. 
and Mediterranean, East on Nor- 
folk tq Arctic, South to 9th St.. to 
Norfolk, West to Mediterranean, 
South to Delaware, East to Bal- 
tic, South to (Darohna, East to 
Arctk;, South to High Point, West 
to Mediterranean, North to Scho- 
ol. 

YELLOW 1-Bus 7: Ws. Bur- 
ris-From Cypress at 21st. North 
on Cypress to 26th St., East to 
Mediterranean, South to 2ist., to 
School. 

YELLOW 2-FitOTi ITlfi St. and 
Baltic, North on Baltic to 27th St., 
East to Arctic, North to 30th. East 
to Pacific, South to 17th St., West 
to Mediterranean to School. 

Children who live in the area 
bounded by ITth St. on the North, 
Pacifi<;.^,<(gie East, ^th St. on 
the Smith, and Vfrgtnia Aeidi 
Borough Line on the West^ wi" 
not be furnished bus service and 
accordingly must walk to School. 



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Actually, he said 'Impossible! I don't have 
enough time as It Is. How would I make 
business appointments if it weren't for the 
telephone? How would I keep up with the 
latest business information? Or keep in touch 
with the branch crfBce? Without my tele- 
phone I'd have to keep ei^t stenographers 



writing letters. No, I couldn't do vtritboat Itl 
To me that phone means buslnew." 

To Byron Lawrence, his telephpnc If a 
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Vifginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1 1966 



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caMfONWi^i^ (d ViluaiNiA 

IN WE GUBBK'S OeWKX OF 
IXfE CMCmt COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VmooOA BEACH ON 
> .IW Bth Day of Auguat, 1963. 

IB thfe matto- <d: A^kqption of 
WUJMM D. SmVERS, «n infant 
By: WOmS 0. ORGBBON and 
ICA'IHEIYN N. aaCEBON, peti- 

tlQBers. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of thii suit is as fol- 
loys: TAKE NOTICE, that we 
will move ^ Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on tiie 2nd 
day of September, 1966 at 10:00 
a.im. to grant its consrait to the 
adaptkm of WUliaai Diond Shiv- 
ers by Thomas D. Orgion and 
KatfSryn M. ChrgjeCion. 

Alrf an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the natural 
fathflr is a nottre^dent <rf the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: BaJti- 
more, ftferyland, A is ordered that 
he do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due piAlication hereof, 
and do whatever may be neces- 
sary to protect his interest in this 
suk. 



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A C(^-iTcste: , 

WHN V. FiSNTRESS. Clak 
By: J. CURTIS FRiUFT. D,C. 
Brydges, BroylK h McKwiry 
1389 Laskin R>ad -^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

. 9 1 4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VUIGINL% 

IN THE COSBK'S OFFJCE OP 
WE CmCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. (W 
THE 26th Day of Aupist, 1966. 

ij:a rAe smiley miillsr, 

Plairiiff. 
against 
WILLIAM EAiRRY MILLER, 

DefCTJant. 
0*X(ER OR PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said defendant to obtain a merger 
of a divorce a meusa et thoro into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the plaintiff on the grounds 
of cruelty and desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that the plaintiff 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 5108 Belnront Ave. 
D^las 1, Texas, it is ordered that 



LEGAL NOKtES 



she do^ appear hen wifliin 10 (ten) 
days aif^ due puUication hereof, 
and do what may be nscesaary to 
protect hsr interest in this 3uit. 
A Cspy— Teste: '^ 

J. CURTIS FRUIT. Dap. Clerii 
R. H. HopkiiB, Atty., p.q. 
20S Kresge BWg.. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

9 1 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE aTY OF VIRGINU BK\C!H 
On The 2Slh Day of August, 1?86. 
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- 
TATE OF JULIAN B. TIMffllR. 
LAiffi, deccar^ed. 

ORDER 
It Blearing to the Court that 
a^ report of the accounts of the 
Executor of the Estate of Julian 
B. Timberlake, deceased, and of 
the debts and demands against 
the said estate, have been^iled in 
the Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and that more than six months 
have elapsed sjice the ' qualifica- 
tion <rf the Virginia National Bank, 
Executor of the said estate, on 
motion of the said Executor, it is 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

,l-LJ^2 — :l— : : —. 

0RiQElR£3D ibit the creditors of 
Ju!ii^ B. llmberlate and of his 
estate, mi any ether persms who 
n-ay ba inter«tod m said estate, 
do a^pe&T in tiiis Court on Ssp- 
teirr.fa^ 30. 1965. and straw caOse^ 
agalifet the pAyia&A aiA delivery 
of the estate. wSh'aut refuiiding 
bands, to those enticed thereto. 

It Is further ORDERED that a 
ctqjy of thds order be published 
once a week for two consecutive 
wedcs in the Virgiiiia Beach Sun, 
a n&wspaper having general cir- 
culation in the City of Vir^nia 
Beam, Virginia. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, dork 
By:.R. H, WEST, D. C. 
P. W. Ackiss, p.q. 
2413 Pacific Ave., 
Virgiiiia Beadi, Virginia 

9 1 2T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGIMA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFTIiCE OF 
TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUffi 
OiTY OF VlRGJtNIA BEACH, ON 
THiE-2Sth Day of Augu^, 1966. 
EEiLEN LUCiLiLE HALE S.AULS, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM ALLEN SAULS. De- 



• LEGAL NOnCB 



fendpft 

order of PttMieattn 

The <i>ject of this suit is to ob- 
ta'n a cHvorce a Vtacuto i^altri- 
monid frccn the sa:d defeirfant. on 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an rffidavit having been 
mads and filed that the deOsrtdant 
is not a resklait of the State of 
Virginia, the last known .post of- 
fke address being: New York 
City, Ntw York, it is ordersd 
that he do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due piWication 
h«-eof, said do what may be nec- 
cessary to protetst his interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JEAJ^iETTE S. JONES, D. C. 
Cromwell ax^ Layton, p.q. 
P. 0. Box S211 
Virginia tieach, Virginia 

9 1 «• 

COMMSJNWEALTH CI VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE C" 
THE CIRCUIT (XHJRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGIXilA BEACH, ON 
Tf?E iJnd DAY Of AUGUST, 1986. 
GLORIA G. ROWLEY, Plaintiff 
against 

WLAUIER a. ROWLEY, Jr., De- 
fendant. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



iUtOEB (T PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et tliore, 
t6 be in due time merged into an 
absolute divorce. 

And an affklavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being Chiefs Bar- 
rack's. Charleston Navy Yard, 
CharIe:ton, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do aj^ar here 
within 10 days after due piAlka- 
lion Hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to {jrolefct hfe bnltenA 
in this suit. 
A/ Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
®y: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Sacks, Sacks, & Kendall 
Virginia National Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9 1 *r 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

pffi ancu]^ coufH" of the 

CFiY OF VllWJmiA BEACH, ON 

TEE JMh Day of AUtWJST, 1966. 

MmmA B. PRBY, Plaintiff. 

against 

ROBBRT 0. KIRBY. Sr.. Defen- 



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dant. 

otoER Of fVnJCATiSN 

The (^ject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et th<Hro 
to be later merged into a (^vorce 
a vinculo matrimonii fr:m the 
eaid defendant, upon the grounds 
of desation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
bas been used by or in behalf of 
the oanq>Iinant to ascertain in 
vitll^ ci^ or county the defend- 
ant is, wittiout effect, the last 
kno^h pati office addnte bdllg: 
741 Bottino Lane, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
aker due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A G^y— /Teste: 
XiHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J CJimXlS FRUIT, D. C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
1389 Ladun Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

91 4T 

COMMONWEAilH M VntiGONlA 

IN TliE CLERK'S OFF]CE OF 

its cotcuit oonmr or the 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966. 
ALEXANDER JOHN OAIRIDONE. 

St., Plaiatiff, 
against 

ELAII«: WlkY CARDONE, De- 
fendant. 

OHlHBR <MfF PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is bo cb- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be ill due course merged into 
a divorce a vinculb matrinwnii 
from the said defemknt, upon the 
gnuuids of willful desertiw add 
sfcandonnent. 

Alid an affidavit having been 
made and {Qed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 1814 Hai^y 
Street, Silver Springs, Marylanl, 
it is ordered that she do appktr 
here witfak ten (10) days after due 
pufalicetiaa liereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 
By: J. CURTIS FllUlT. D.C 
Maurice 6. Shapero 
Citizens Bank Buikling 
Norfolk, Virginia 

8U4T 



VIRGINU: 

ON IBE OLMtKIS O^VOiCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TO^ 
XXn OF VIRGINIA BiQACH ON 
THE 9ffi DAY OF AUGUST, USft. 

iN CrtANCERY NO. Ui4l) 
OHBSrnSR ABTIHUR BEEVES. 
Complmnant. 

vs. 

QU1UL.\ SIMiMONS REEVES. 
De:er.d3flt 

Order of Publication 

The object of ttie above styled 
cause is for the conaplainant to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo mat- 
>imomi from the defendant iiere- 
in i^on a separation in exceiss of 
two (2) years with co-habitatton 
or kiterruptlon, pursuant to Sec- 
tkm 30«1 (9) of the 1960 Code of 
Virginia, as amended. 

And it appeatiiig by affUavit 
duly filed according to law that 
process ddivered to the City Ser- 
geant of the City of Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia for service on the defendant 
her«o has been returQed to the I 
Court by that office:r with tiis re- 
turn thereon indicaitkig that the 
same has been in his hands for 
more than 21 days and he was 
unable to make service on the 
said defendant, and that the last 
known address of tlie said Quilla : 
Simmons Reeires was 1296 MaRby | 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, afa in 
City and Slate aforesaki; it is 
Uterefoce: 

ADJUDGED. ORD^tED and 
DEGREED, That the defendant, 
Quilla Sinunons Reeves, do appear 
within ten ( 10) days after due pub. 
licatjon of Uiis Order and do what 
is necessary to protect her inter- 
est hwein; it is furtho-; 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED and 
DECREED. That this Order be 
pi^Ushed once a week l<x four 
(4) successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun. a newspaper 
piMflhed in the City d Virginia 
Beach, Vir|inia. 
A Copy-TeMe: 
JOW V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
8y: J. CimTlS FRUIT. DC. 
Hefbert S. Reid. Jr. 
1973 Laskin Road 
Vii^ia Beach, Virginia 

8 18 4T 

tAKE NOTICE THAT <Hi Sep- 
tember 8. 1966, at 10:00 ajn. at 
Holt dbick. ihc.. m ViiUnil 
Beach Blvd.. VtrgttiiL^BMeh. Vir. 
gima. we AaK ex|«l8«^^i^e. oni 
1161 Chev Monta, serial number 
llMieW77Q6, td»ed and rfl|toa- 
eesped fr<m Kenneth E. Medley. 
48sr Decator Orive. Vii^nia 
BeMii. Virgil^; by virtwe of tbv 
breach ot a certaki Conditional 
Sales Contract, dated August 3. 
190S .in pursuance of Ibe Unifomi 
Sales Act of Virfinia. Terms caak. 
Holt BuKk. Inc. 
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Virgima Beach. Virginia 



Organizamm 
Are Chosen 

NCnPOOC-Sdectiffit of u W- 
ganizatkms to receive and pay bi^ 
under the extended care facility 
part of the me<Ucare program 
was announced today by Robot 
M. Ball, Commissioner of Social 
security. He explabied tM ttie 
organizations were nominated by 
associations and groups or nurs- 
ing homes and approved by tiie 
doeiai Security Administration af- 
ter it had bem determmed that 
ttiey were capable (of carrying 
out the responsibilities for a fiscal 
intermediary. 

In releasing the li^ (tf organi- 
zations. Ball stressed that »3me 
few additional selections mi^ be 
made as nominations are recdVed 
from groups of nursing homes #ho 
haven't as yet been heard frdrij. 
Under two-year renewable cWi- 
tracts, the selected intemnediaifes 
Witl determine the amount of pty- 
meots due nursing homes acc^lU 
for participation in the program 
and make payments to them ft>r 
their medicare patients. Itie sdme 
organizations have been perform- 
\ag sinnlar services Ux hospitals 
since that part of the jM-ogram be- 
gan on Jidy 1. 

The Blue Cross Association will 
act in all the States, the District 
of CokWibia, and all the territor- 
ies eatcept Hawaii, Nevada, and 
the Virgin Islands; the District of 
Columbia, Iowa, Kentudcy, Loui- 
siana, Maryland, Mississippi, Mis. 
>9uri, SionfcMa. NefH-aska, Okla- 
hc.Tia, Sauth Dakota, Texas, Utitfi, 
Virginia (DX;. environs only). 
Waahington State, Wisconsin, and 
the Virgin Islands, nursing homes 
have the alternative of chassing 
the Mutual of Omaha. 

The Travelers Insurance Com- 
pany may be chosen by nursing 
homes in California, Connecticut, 
Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massa- 
dbus€tt3, Michigan, Minnesota, 
New Han^shire, New Mexico, 
New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode 
Island, and Vermont. The Aetna 
Life and Casualty Campany may 
be selected as intermediary by 
nursing homes in California, Con- 
necticut, Florida, Illinois, Majsa- 
chusetts. Nevada, New York. Ten. 
nessee, Virginia, and Washington 
State. 

in California and Oregon, nurs- 
ing homes may also consider the 
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, 
Inc., as a passible intermediaiy. 
Other organizations approved to 
serve in a ain^^ capacity for 
nursing bonnes for a si^le 6tate, 
section of a State, or a territory, 
are: Prudential Insurance Com- 
pany (New Jersey); Nationwkle 
M..tual Life Insurance Company 
Ciiio); Hawaii Medical Service 
Association (Hawaii*; Intercounty 
Hoq)italization Plan, Inc. (Pann- 
syivania); Caoperativa de Sakid 
(Puerto Rico); and Community 
I Hfealth Association (Detroit. Midi- 
igan. and environs). 

Commissioner Ball said that fte 
certification process for extended 
care facilities is just <^bout to get 
under way. State agencies are as 
sisting the Department cf Heattl'i. 
Education, and Welfare to arrh/e 
at determinations as to whether 
iyjr?ihg homes applying for par- 
ticipation in the program met the 
quality of-care conditions of pjurti- 
cipation. At the same time, the 
Public Health Service will be ce."- 
UJyiflg \^Tich extended care facil- 
iti."^ sre eligible for particinaticm 
under the Civil Rights Act of 1864. 
Mea: hile. the selected interme- 
." -iri:? may begin to conduct 
study se£'3k)r.s on cost rdnbunse- 
men:s. accountiitg records, and re. 
Bit:d matters with the organiza- 
Itons thet nominated tham. This 
will help get as many qualified 
skilled nurang homes as possMe 
ready to oarticipate as extended 
care faciliiijs wben thiu part of 
ttie program bscMnes opwative on 
January l. 1967. 



Receives Masters 



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VA. BEA.CA - Robert Bennett, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jrcph Ben- 
nett, has received his .Master's 
Degree in PhysKal Educatlcn. 
Health and Recreation at M.'ddle 
Tennessee State University. 

Bennett is a graduate of ft-ii- 
ces8 .\nne Higii School and the 
Colkge of William and Mary. 



8 as IT 



.• ieoALNoncb 

PUBLIC NOTTCX 

the State Water Contra! Bhurd 
bat received an ^i|]lic^k» ikm 
Sr. Thomas R I^wratt iMl 
Greenville Road. Vbihria B||ch, 
Vir^ioia. to ctmstnict wast« fiat- 
mm facilities and to disdita^e 
therefrom a puri&d efflu^ into 
lonnhaven Inlet (Chefl|>ed(e 
Bay). Persona wishing isl8^M«k» 
ra^udbig diis pr^Msal jffgp wAe 
to the State Water O/tki Bowd. 
P. O. Box 11148. Mmnaai, Vi^ 
giaia 8898. 

8 U IT 



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V^'rginla Beach SUN, Ttiursday, September 1J 966 



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WE OBNra OFFICE or 

mtmr cfxm of he 

OF «MMA BBACR. ON 
ill SAY OF MXSOST, 1866 
Com- 



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Um GOLOSCHER. De- 
W CHANCratY 



• LIGALNOTICB 



The object of this suit is for 
the corr^lalnant to obtain from 
the defendant a divorce a vtecub 
imtrimoiui oo the grouab of mut- 
ual aepm-atkm in excess of two 
years and affidavit having been 
nude said defendant is not a res- 
ident of the State <rf Virginia, she 
is hweby required to appear with- 
in ten days after due publication 
hereof and do w*at may be nec- 



• LEOALNOnte 

essary to protect ho- intaests. It 
is ordered that this order be pub- 
lished once a wedc for four suc- 
cesave weeks in the Va. BMtk 
Sub. a newspaper havir^ a gen- 
eral circulation in this C^. 
TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTOESS. Clerk 
By: J. OJRTIS FRUIT, DC. 
Norman OlltsiEy, p.q. 
eOO Court Street 



• LEGAL NOnCB 



Portsmouth, Va. 



8 18 4T 



CX>MMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE cuaars c»tke of 
Tim ciBCurr coimT of iiffi 

CITY W VHIC®^ BEACH, ON 
THE 12* DAY OF AUGUST, 1966. 
MARY CLYI»: BRODHBCHT, 

infant, Plaintiff, 
against 



LEGAL NOTICES 




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TOLEND 



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observed at Mutual Federal Savings and Loan 
Association have resulted in the availability of 
funds for home financir^ when they were needed. 
1966 is no exception. 

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MUTUALFEPERAL 

OF NORFOLK 

NORFOLK PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA BEACH 



CIEOBCE DOUGLAS BROD- 
HEXafT, Drfoidant. 

•Hie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vfanflo matrt- 
moDii from the said tkftpdant 
ojxm the groiwds of desertion. 

And an affidavit havisi b«en 
made and filed that the defoidant 
is a non-resident of the State <rf 
Virginia, the last known pwt (A- 
fice address being: 318 North Po- 
well Avenue. Freeport, Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do IQ>pear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publicatitm ha-eof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in ttis suit. 
A COPT— TdSTE: 
JOHN V. fWSfTREES, G&k 
By: J. CURTIS WXM, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atly. 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

ei84T 



L»»AL NOTICES 



lEQAl NOT|CE5 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN TOE OiERKS OTFICE OF 
THE aROUIT a)URT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 16th DAY OF AUGUST, 1966 
HICMMU) F. KING, Plaintiff, 
against 

SALLY A. KING. Drf«»dant 
ORDER OF PUBUqATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a dSvorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of adultry. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2410 Rose Dr.. 
Gretna. Louisiana, it is ord»*ed 
that she do appear here withki 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to pat)tect her interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy—Tesie: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKeiry 
1369 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

8 18 41 



VIRGINU: 

IS THE CIRCUIT (30UtRT OF 
Tlffi CITY OF VIRGilNIA BEACH 
ON THE 5th DAY OF AUGUST, 
196fr- 
EOBERT B. CRUMPLER. et als. 

Comiplainants 
vs. 

LOUIE L. GRIGGS. JR., et als, 
Defendants 

IN CHANCERY NO. lOeM 
Order jDf Pabliuitiin 
HRft oiyjaet of this suit ia to sub. 
}ect the pwaonatty and realty of 
Lavinia Tate Pettie to the pay- 
ment of her debts and it ai^ar- 
ing by Affidavit that the following 
pm^ties are not residents of the 
State of Virginia and their last 
known addresses are as follows: 

(1) Wilbur Griggs. 57 Stanwood 
Street. Roxbury, Massachusetts; 

(2) Bernard Griggs, 11 Brunton 
Street, Boston, Massachusetts; and 
the wives of Louie L. Griggs, Jr., 
Wilbur Gri^s and Bernard Gri- 
ggs, if any there be, are unknown 
and there may be creditors of 
Lavinia Tate Pettie ui&nown to 
the Complainants. 

It is ordered that Wilbur Griggs 
and Bernard Griggs and the wives 
of Ixxiie L. Griggs, Jr., Wilbur 
Griggs and Bernard Griggs and 
all the creditors of Lavinia Tate 
Pettde, which saW wives and cred- 
itors were made Defendants by 
the general description of "parties 
unknown," do appear witWn ten 
(10) days after due publication of 
this order and do what is Mces- 
sary to protect their interests. 

It is further wdered that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a new^per piAlJshed 
in the Qty of Virginia Beach, Va 
A COPY TESTE; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FHUIT, D.C. 
Mr. W. P. McBain, Atty. 
Boanl of Trade BuiWing 
Nwfolk, Virginia 

8 11 *r 



this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: 

JOHN V. "FENTRESS, CJerfc 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D. C. 

Larry Wisp, p.q. 

P. 0. Box 15142 

Great Bridge 

Ch^sepeAe, Va. 

S 11 4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFIO: OF 
TOE CIRCUIT CX)URT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966, 
JAMES C MICKEa^SON, Plain- 
tiff. 

DONNA ^JAN MICKBLSON, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICAHON 

TbB object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defehdant, 
upoa the growids of d^ertion. 

And an affidavtt having been 
made and filed t^t the defendant 
K a non-residoit of tiie State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 13092 Yorva 
Avenue, Santa Ana. California, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (MM -days after due 
publication hergf. and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: 
JOHN V. FE2WRESS. Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHITE. D. C. 
Brydges. Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Lafddn Road 
Virginia Beaeh, Virginia 

8 11 4T 

C(»IMONWEALTH Of VIRGINU 

W THE CLERK'S OFMCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COIMT OF THE 
CTTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON" 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966, 
TiSatESA LEORA HEDGE ME- 

VTNS. Plaintiff, 
against 
BILLY EUGENE BLEVINS, De- 

fendant- 
mOEH OF PUBUCATION 

Tlie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bonds of 
^matrimony from the said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of desertion 
and that defendant has been sen- 
tenced to confinement in the pen- 
itentiary of this State. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 'defendant 
is a non-residoit and that due 
diligence has been used by and 
on beh^ of the plaintiff to de- 
termine the whereabouts of the 
defendant without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with, 
in ten (10) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do wb^ may 
be necessary to protect his inter- 
est in this suit. 
A COPY— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHITE, D. C. 

8 11 4T 



LEGAL HOTICP 



COMMONWEALTB Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
TIffi aSOJIT COURT OF WE 
CITY OF VIRGfl«A MACM ON 



THE 4th DAY OF AUGUST. 1966. 

PEGGY JOYCE DtWENPORT * ^ *"*^ ^^ ^ f^- "^""e '^ l«ss. 



WSISLOW, Plaintiff, 
against 

l«JBFatT GLEaW WINBLOW De. 
fendant. 

<Merif PnbBiallM 

11)e object of this siMt is f<8- the 
complainant to obt^ bam the 
dei&BdaiA a divwce a maisa et 
thoro on the grounds of OH^nic- 
tive desertion tad anei^. 

And an affidavit lavii^ been 
made and filed that the <klendaat 
is unknown as to addren snd 
whereaboi^ although im con- 
piainant herein htt used due dili- 
gence to ascertain the Gouniy or 
Ck)rporatkn hi wtaidi be ii nsid- 
im- but witfxNtf eCfect. hk bat 
known Poit (MBce aUnm bctag 
Chaucer Cmai, Angaoa ^magt, 
Virgiaia BtMh. Vt., It ii ordarvd 
that he dB ^jpev ha« tdlhta tea 
(10) days after doe poblici^ 
henol, and do whM oiay be nec- 
to pnMwt htt iBtflCMt k 



NOTICE 
VIRGINIA: ' 

The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the (Tircuit Court 
on Monday. September 12, 1966 
at 2 o'clodc P.M. at which time 
persons will be heard for and ag- 
ainst the following proposed chan- 
ges of zoning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of Atlas Realty 
Co. by Garland M. Layton, Attor 
ney, for a diange of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 '(R- 
D 2) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 3 (ChL 3). 

Parcel 1: On certain property 
fronting 6388 feet on the North 
side of Judge' Lane, formerly Cove 
Court, a distance of 149.11 feet on 
ttie Eastern prop«-ty line. (West- 
em propaly line of Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel). Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

II. A{^lication of Mrs. P. F. 
Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. John 
L. Judge by Garland Layton, At- 
torney, for a diange of zoning 
from Residence Suburtwn District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercal 
District 3 (C-L 3» of certain prop- 
erty fronting 397 feet more or less 
on the Eiast side of Pleaaire 
House nSd. bound«i on the South 
by Powells Point Road, having a 
depth of 370.71 feet, bounded on 
the East by the Western limits of 
the Bridge-Tunnel Road right of 
way. having a depth of K7.32 feet, 
bounded on the North by JiKige 
Lane, formerly Cove Court, having 



Bayade Borough. 

III. Application of Waher H. Ri- 
ddick for a change of mxang from 
Residence Suburtwn District 3 (R- 
S 3> to G«i0-al Commercial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Permk 
fcr a gasiMne si^ly st^on cm 
the Souther inters«tlon ol fifsih. 
hamptwi Boulevard and Wesleyan 
Drive, fronting MO feet on the 
Saith side of SortramjAm Boute- 
vard. Bayside Borough. 

IV. An>Iic5ti(m of Lniwood Wri. 
^ for Virginia NrtJonal Bank by 
P. W. Ackiss. AttoTiey. for a 
change of zomng from Residence 
aibuibaa Dk«rict 3 (R-S 3i to 
Lknitcd (Commercial DiSrict 1 (C- 
L I) on c«tain prqjerty located 
on ttie f<h»tbwest comer of B<h»- 
BtJ Road and Scm^ W^Mjck 
Road, frooting » 06 feet (m the 
Ntatt side d ftmney Road. Kero- 
psvflle Bntii^. 

V. Affrikatim of H»ace A. C^- 



pepper and WUiam A. McPherson 
for a «hai^ of zoning from Res- 
idence afcuiban Di^rict 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Conf«nax:ial District 1 
(C4. 1) to operate a {rfant and 
siffubbery nursery on certfun 
propaly iopated 301.48 feet West 
of Woodstock Road, fronting 152.74 
feet along the North side oi Prov- 
idence Road. Kempsville Borou^. 

VI. Application of Richard M. 
Waitzer for a ^se Permit to con- 
struct a medical and dental build- 
ing fronting 200 feet on the West 
side of First Colonial Road, be- 
ginning at a point 1^ North of 
Easm Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

VII. Application of Dr. A. Q. 
Jarrett for a change .of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
3 (R-S 3) with Motd and Tourist 
and Restaurant District (T-2) &»p- 
plement to Maltiple Family R^ 
idence District ^(R-M) and a Use 
Permit to construd a profe^ional 
office building on certain prq)erty 
fronting 93.78 feet on the South 
side of Laskin Raad. beginning at 
a point 618 feet more or less West 
(rf Birdneck Road. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough- 

VIII. Application of Birdneck 
TowCTs, Inc. by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

3 (R-S 3) to Multiple Family Res. 
idence District (R-M) and a Use 
I^rmit to construct a high .rise 
luxury apartment with 126 apart- 
ment units located at the North- 
west comer of 'Cardinal Road and 
Laskin Road, fronting 652.47 feet 
on the North side ^f Laskin Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

IX. Application of Norfolk Bap- 
tist Association for a Use Permit 
to construct a church on certain 
property fronting 370.82 feet on the 
Western side ol Little Neck Road 
beginning at a point 1535.36 feet 
North of Kings Grant Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

X. Application of Delta Biulding 
Corporation by Owen and Guy, 
Attorneys, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

4 (R-S 4) to General Commercial 
District 2 iC-G 2) and Limited 
CMTimercial, District 2 (O-L 2). 

Parcel 1 to be CXJ 2: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
at the Northwest intersection of 
Lee Highlands Boulevard and 
South Lynnhaven Road and run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet more 
or less along tiie West side of 
South Lynnhaven Road and a dis- 
tance of 170 feet more or less 
along the Northern side of Lee 
Highlands Boulevard. 

Parcel 2 to b« -G-L 2: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
150 feet more or less North of 
the intersection of South Lynnha- 
ven Road and Lee Highlands Bou- 
levard. Said parcel fronting 320 
feet more or less along the West- 
em side of South Lynnhaven Road, 
f'rincess Anne Borough. 

XI. Application of Cardinal Es- 
tates, Inc. for a Use Permit to 
operate a mobile home trailer 
rental park on certain property 
located on the East side of Swal- 
low Drive, North side of Finch 
Avenue and the West side of Sky- 
lark Drive. Said parcel is desig- 
nated as Lots 1 through 12, 14 
through 30, and 32 through 36, 
Block E. Cardinal Estates. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XII. Applicaticn of A. D. Mil- 
ler and (herald Verdon by Owen 
B. Pickett, Attorney, for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-l» to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-3),and a 
Use Permit to construct 22 apart- 
ment units, beginning at a point 
on Uie North side of 18th Street, 
83.5 feet East of Mediterranean 
Avenue, a distance of 160 feet on 
the North side of IStlj Street. Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

Xni. Application of Mr. & Mrs. 
George H. Leary for a Use Permit 
to construct 3i additional units for 
the Homestead Hotel on the East 
side of .Atlantic Avenue beginning 
at a point 150 feet North of 22nd 
St."eet, running a distance of 151 
feet on the East side of Atlantic 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

XIV. Application of Etevid I. Le- 
vine, et al, for changes <rf zoning 
fran Residence Duplex. JDistrict 2 
(R-D 2» and Limited (Commercial 
District 1 iC-L D to Residence 
Dufdec District 2 (R-D 2» with 
Motel and TcHiri^ and Restaurant 
District (T-2) Supplement, Gener- 
al CkMTimercial District 1 (CG 1). 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C. 
L 1) and Multiple Family Resi- 
dence District (R-M) <mi certain 
prqjerty located TOO feet more or 
less East of Great Neck Road, 
running from tfie Chesapeake Bay 
Southwardly to Long Creek and 
extending Ea^wardly a distance 
of 1S3 feet more <«■ les to the 
We^aTi property line of Caipe 
aoryJBy-the-Sea, and Use Permits 
for ramp parking, 1804 units of 
high rise apartments, marina ser- 
vice and Itoat ramp, private club 
wit.¥ re!<aurant, convention cen- 
ter. r«3-eati<M and fine arts ran- 
tw. More detailed inf<rmation in 
the Office of the CHy Planning 
(Cranmission. Lynnhaven Borough, 

XV. .Aj^cation d N<rth Bay 
Devdt^nwot CcM^otatiaD br a 
chaise of zoning fa^xn AgrKuhur- 



Unrestrided District (A-«) to Res- 
idence SiAurt»n District * (R^ 
2) Residence Subudsan W^kt 3 
(R.^ 3), Resid«>ce Duplac Dist- 
rict 1 (iW) 1>. Geneva Commer- 
cial Distrkt f (C-G 2). MuHlple* 
F»nfly Residence District (R-M> 
and Motel and Tourist «ri Res- 
taurant District (T-2) Supptenait 
on certein property bounded on 
the East by Sandhridge Beach 
from Surif^i Lane to Deep Kteh 
Spit, bounded on the South bv 
North Bay. on the East by Hell 
pouit Creek and mardilands and 
property now or formerly W. G. 
Burton and on the North by prop- 
erties now or formeriy R. L. Bell 
and Rainey's Pond. Said prq)erty 
encompasses 2.000 acres more or 
less. More detailed information in 
the Office of the City Ptetning 
Commission. Pungo Borou^. 

•XVI. Application of Amo-ican 
Land ComRany for a Aange of 
zoning from Agricultural Unre. 
stricted District (A-U) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) and 
General Corannercial District 1 
(OG 1) and a Use Permit for a 
motel, restaurant with entertain- 
ment facilities, small boat marina, 
marina sales and service; and a 
Use Permit to operate two gaso- 
line supply stations. 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 1: On cer- 
tain property begmning at the 
Southenwmst boundary line of 
Sandbridge Beach and running in 
a Southerly' direction 400 feet along 
the i*ores of the Atlantic Ocean, 
thence runnk^ m a Westerly di- 
rection along the Northern prop- 
erty line of prope-ty belonging to 
the City of Virginia Bea* (Little 
Isi^ Reo-eation Area) to the 
shores of B«rk Bay, thence run- 
ning in a Northerly direction 400 
feet more or less to the Southern, 
most property line of Sandbridge 
Beach, thence in' an Eastriy di- 
rection along said line to the 
shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and 
to be excluded from tliis area and 
to be zoned General Commercial 
District 1 (C-G 1). 

Parcel 2 to be C-G 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
on the Southern-most bouridlary 
line of Sandbridge Beach and the 
extension of Sandpiper Road run- 
ning in a Southerly direction a 
distance of 150 feet along said 
road, then atoi^ the Southern 
boundary Ime a distance of 120 
feet, running along the Eastern 
property line 150 feet, along the 
Northern property line a distance 
of 120 feet. 

Parcel 3 to be CXJ 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning al a point 
250 feet more or less South' of the 
Southern property line erf Sand-^ 
bridge, along the Eastern prop- 
erty line of the extension of Sand> 
piper Road, a dktance of ISO feet, 
120 feet along the Southern boun- 
dary line, running a distance of 
150 feet along the Eastern boun< 
dary line, running 120 feet along 
the Northern pwqwrty bne. More 
detailed information in the Office 
of the City Planning (Commission. 
Pungo Borough. 

XVII. Applicatkm of Bell Cor- 
poration for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Conmiercial > 
District 3 (C-L 3) and Multiple 
Family Residence District (R-iM». 
Parcel 1 to be C-L 3: Beginning 
at a point 625 feet more or less 
South of the intersection of Plan- 
tation Road and Great Neck 
Road, fronting 1160 feet more or 
less on the West side of Relocated 
Great Nedc Ro^td, 330 feet more 
Or less on the Southern property 
line, a combined di^ance of 1368'. 
70 feet, nwre or less along the Wes- 
tern property line (Old Great 
Neck Road). 360 feet more ot kss 
on the Northern property line. 



Parcel 2 to be R-M: Certain 
property located at the Soutiieast 
corner of 'Plantation Road and 
Great Neck Road and nmning in 
a Southerly direction a distance 
of 2300 f^t more or less along 
the East side of the Proposed 
Great Neck Road, a distance of 
150 feet along the Southern prop- 
erty line, and a distance of 2200 
feet more or less along the West- 
em prc^rty line of Point 0*. 
Woods, a diiance of 100 feet more 
or l^s along the South side of 
Plantation Road. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

XVHI. Applicatkm of J. Ra^- 
kind and Martin L. Rosen for a 
change <rf zKmag from General 
Indu^ial District 1 (M-I 1) to 
Generd Industrial District 3 (M- 
I 3) on certain property located 
at the Soirtheast inta-sectoi of 
Princes Anne Road mi Norfolk 
and Soitte-n Railway Ri^ of 
Way. riamii^ a (Ustance d 965 
feet more O" less akaog the South 
side of the Norfolk and Southern 
Railway Riglrt <rf Way. a distance 
of 370 feet more or less akm% the 
South side of Princess Anne Road, 
a canri»iied dirtaice of 544 fe^ 
atong tte Eartem {Mt>p«ty line 
and a distance (rf 250 feet more 
OT Idb along the Westan iroperty 
line, E^em i^tperty line of* 
Newtown Road. More detailed in- 
fomurtoo in the OUkx of the City 
Planning Conanirarai. Ken^isvil^ 
Bonw^ 
JOHN V. FENTMSS, Oty Qerk 



ai I^trict »i^-R) and Agricultural By: W^SGABBT U. HOOD, D.C. 



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( 



• I»>AIN0TICB 

GOMNONmULTH Of TDtCaNU 

JN TIflP SiJBiaCS OFFICE OP 
TOT CIH^WT OCWRT OF THE 
CITY OF vto&nA BEACH, ON 
WM ISA DAY OF AUGUST. 1906 

^TBUm b: liABREli.^ Plaii^iff, 

agaimt 

ALTON J. it^USlL, Def«idaiit. 

OKlDEii ht^ PUBLICATION 

Vae di^H d this suit is to ob- 
tain a (ttlKirce a mepsa et th(HX>, 
to be in due time merged into i 
divorft a vincu'to fwitriinonli, 
from the saU defendant upon tiie 
groui|d6 of desertion and ai>anJo&- 
ment. ' 

And an affidavit having been 
maiki and filed that dm dil^eoce 
has ikai used by or oi bdidf of 
tlw {daintiff to ascertain in what 
county or city the def«riant is 
without ^ect. the last known post 
office adfireGs b3isg: 3SB9 Rain- 
tree Road, Virgima Bc^, Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that he do ap- 
pear h«^ within 10 (ten) days 
after due piAlication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A COPY— TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cleric 

By: J. CURTIS FRUTT, D. C 

Mssrs. Owen & Guy,, Attyis.. p.q. 
4566 Virginia Beach Boilevjuxl 
Virgiiua Beach, Virginia 

8 18 4T 

vntGlNU: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFI^ICE OF 
THE CSROUIT 00<JRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
the 19th day of August, 1966. 
ROBERT D. RUFFiN. Executor 

of the Estate of THOMAS DAM 

MES W1ESLEY. Deceased, 
Complainant. 
vs. 
HELEN SHELDON TAGGART. 

et als. Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object ot the above entitled 
suit is to determine who are the 
heirs at law and distributees of 
Thomas Dammes Wesley, Deceas- 
ed, entitled to the real and per- 
sonal property of wCiich he died 
intestate, and to distribute the net 
intestate assets remaining for dis- 
tribution among them. Thomas 
Dammes Wesley was born in the 
City of New York on March 6, 
1873, and was the son of Augustus 
Dammes and Margaret Sophia 
Rose, his wife. The original nanne 
of Thsmas Dammes Wesley was 
Thomas Wesley Damms. On Feb- 
ruary 6, 1901, Part a of the Su- 
preme Court ol the State oi New 
York beld' in and for the County 
^ New York, upon the petition of 
Thomas Wesley Dammra, then re. 
siding at 41 East- rath Street, in 
the Borough of Manhatten, City 
of New York, oitered an wder 
authorizing him >^ change his 
oame to Thomas Damnws Wesley, 
by which last mentioned nane he 
was known for the ranainder of 
his life. Th(»nas Dammes Wesley 
was a Presbyterian minister who 
died in the City of Virginia Beach, 
formerly the County of Princess 
Anne, State of Virginia, August 1, 
1964, where he'h»d hved for many 
years preceding his deatli. And it 
appearing by affidavit filed ac- 
cording to law, that the defend- 
ants Helen Sheldon Taggart, Tho- 
mas Baldwin Sheldon. Jr., Mrs. 
Anne George, Howard Dammes, 
Edward Dammes, Mrs. B. Brad, 
en, Mrs. Fred Wurple, Mrs. R. 
Gibb, Mrs. Walter Graham, Miss 
Mac Dammes, Wesley Dammes, 
Miss Jill Arlyn Dammes. Miss 
Gertrude A. Dammes, Miss Lulu 
Dammes, Douglas H. Ross, Mrs. 
Robert Bartlett, Mrs. Shirley 
Chapman, Mrs. Lee S. Brenner, 
Richard Ross, Mrs. Mary Rose 
Brown. Donald Stirling Ross, Mrs. 
Edmond duPont, Thomas Edward 
Ross, 11, Miss Lilian .Averell Ross, 
Miss Margaret Jane Ross, Mrs. 
Anna Ross Taylor, Mi^ Elizabeth 
Ross, Mrs. Josephine Ross MiUer, 
Mrs. Doris Bell Hamilton, Mrs. 
Hazel Bell Brady, Mrs. Mary Bdl 
deVilliers, Miss Suzanne E^nma 
Bell, Robert ArnoW, Lillian Arn- 
old. Minnie Arnold Farnsworth, 
Henry Brira, Jr., Robert Bri«i, 
Lilian R. Law, Robert Law. are 
not residents of this state, it s 
therefore ORDERED that these 
persons appear within 10 days^ af- 
ter due piilication of this order, 
in the Clerk's Office of our said 
Circutt Court, and <k) what is nec- 
es^ry to protect their interests. 
And it appearing from said affi- 
davit lliat there may be persons 
interested in the sii>)^ to be di- 
vided or di^wsed of in this suit, 
heirs at law of Thwnas Danmies 
Wesley. Deceased, whose names 
are utycnown, such unknown per- 
sons also shaU appear within 10 
days after ckie pt^lication of this 

der. m/liie Clerk's Office of air 

id Circuit Cmai and do what is 
necessary to protect their iirter- 

ts. And it is furtlier ORMlI^a) 
t this ordtf be puUished once 

week- for 4 Riccessive weeks in 
Virginia Beach &in. a news- 
r publirfied in the City of Vir. 

inia Beach. Aai it is hulher (Mt- 

that a copy of this order 

po^ril It W INtt 9Ut of M 
ourtboyic, u yrmcAei bjf law. 



• LEGAl NOTICES 

and \hA aaiAher copy ol this ffl-- 
der be mailed to each of the de- 
faidants *ho are named above, 
with Post Office addresses as giv- 
en in the affldavk. 
JOeN V. FENTRES, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 
Wlliam L. P^ker 
Vii^nia National Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Counsel for Complainimt 

8 25 4T 

COBMONWEALItt \m VIRGn^TA 

m THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
tm CIRCUIT COURT OF lUffi 
CITY OF VIRGINLA BEACH, ON 
THE 18th Day d Au^. 1966. 
VIRGINIA L. SMrmfEY, Plam- 

tiff, 
against ' 

Gi»RGE ALBERT SMITHIEY. 
Jr., D^endant 
ORDER OF PUBUCA'^N 

The object of tliis suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimoiril from the 
said defendant, upm the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having hem 
made and filed that the defeidant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; HS 5. Quonset 
Point, c/o Fleet Post Office. New 
York, N. Y., it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (^> 
days after due pubUcation hereof, 
ai^ do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A C<^y— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty., p.q. 
301 - 25th Street 
Virgiida Bea^, Virginia. 

8 25 «■ 



AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Automobilw For Sale 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.ACH 
On The 26th Day of August, 1966. 
In the Matter of VIRGINIA NA- 
TIONAL B.ANK, Executor of the 
Estate of C. D. BARNARD, De- 
ceased. 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Vir- 
ginia National Bai*, Executor of 
the Estate of C. D. Barnard, de- 
ceased, and of the debts and de- 
mands again^ his estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and tiiat six months have 
elapsed since the qualification, on 
motion of said Vir^ia National 
Bank, Execi^w, d the Estate of 
C. D. Barnard, deceased, it is 

ORDESiiED that the creditors of, 
and all others interested in, the 
Estate of C. D. Barnard, deceas- 
ed. <fa) show 0MU», if may they 
can, on the 6th day of October, 
1966, before this Court, in its 
courtroom, against the payment 
«id deHvwy of the Estate of C. 
5. Barnard, deceased, to the dis- 
tributees without requiring r^und- 
wg bonds. 

R is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be piA- 
li&hed once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the Virginia 
B«ich Sun, a newspaper having 
general circul«ian in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOMV V. FEMTOSS. Clo* 
By: R. H. WEST, D. C. 
Wilkxjx. Savage, Lawrence. Dkk- 

son & bundle,' p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



ANNOUNCEMEhfTS 



10 special NoticOT 



HEWEAVING 

For a reasonable price — those 
skirts, pants and unifonns can be 
ready for wear — anywhere! Call 
428-140. 8 11 4T 

CANDIES BY CASSkAMDRA. Avail, 
^e 1::^ i^Mming 428-9096, b^ween 
6 and 9 AM. 6 16 TFTf 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Aufomobllt For Sal> 

RENO'S 

USEDCiUIS 

M24 N. Military Higbway 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Phme: 8S3^tf7S 

1966 
Models 

nmos 2 (k. h/t Gaiaxie 330 V8. 
Automatic Power Steering, Fado- 
ry Aa- Oootitiajed BaJar^e Facto- 
ty warranty. t2.GK».M 

2 Dr. H/T GaJaxie 500 V8 Auto- 
matic Poww Storing. Balance d 
factory warraitty. $3,SM.« 

4 dr. ri/r GaSaxie SOO V8 Automat- 
ic t\meF &«ing. Under factory 
«%RTa)ty. tZJKJO 

MVSTANCS 24 2 28B oigine^ 
^eed b-ansni^ion. T^sk greeo- 
VbA imerkH-. Undo- factory war- 
ratty. I24K.M 
2 dr. H/T VB autmn^ic. Beauti^ 
bhie wM) msAdii^ interior. Undo- 
^doiy waiT»ty. Ii,4is.ii 
CHEVKOUW SHptf Sport Con- 
verttie VB aiitamftk. N^sau 
Bli«. Wh^ Top, Low Milage. F^ 
toy warranty. ftM6M 
Vnp^ 4 dr. i^an V8 Atfomatk. 
IWIofy ti«ft«»ty. 
FALCCW Wagos, AutonatK. 



pa££ergcr. A rtd nice car. 

|3,fl95.00 
CORVETTES 427-4^ H.P. 4 
s^>eed cameiiMs. Burgandy with 
hide ic^ior. Balance tacJory 
warr^ty. $4,495.00 

427 — 4S H.P. Caivertible 4- 
speed. Giiay, hadt top. Sida -ax- 
haurts. Low mleage. Balance fac- 
tory warraiy. $1,^.00 
427 — ^ H.P. 4 speed. Nas.au 
Blue, white top. Blue Interior. 

$4,393.00 

196^^ 
Models 

CHEVROLETS &jper Sport 2 dr. 
H/T 327 AjL^smatic Power Stezr- 
ing. $2,393.00 

Bel Air 4 dr. Automatic power 
steering. 11.795.00 

FORDS Country Squire Wagon 6 
paraenger 6 cylinder Aut<»natic 

13,095.00 
LTD 2 dr. H/T Blue wiUj Kack 
vCnyl tcp ^ high perft»mar.>c2 
engine 4 ^ed $2495.00 

CORVETTES ConvertMe 3^ H/P 
4 speed Racii^ green white top. 
Balance factory warranty. 

$3,495.00 
Fast Back 350 H/P 4 speed red 
witii white interior $3,495.00 

MUSTANGS ConvertiWe V8 Auto- 
matic Power steering red with 
wiiite top Balance factory war- 
ranty. $!,095.00 
2 dr. H/T 6 cylinder standard 
shift extra clean ReviberatkHi*., 

$1,895.00 

1964 
Models 

CORVAIR Monza convertable 4 
matic Power steering A. real nice 
car $2,895.00 

DODGE ConvertWe V8 Automatic 
(Red w^ black top $1,695.00 

VALIANT 2 dr. Sedan 6 cyclinder 
Standard Afl. $1,095.00 

THUNDERBIRD 2 dr. coupe white 
with light blue interior power 
fteering power brakes $2,495.00 
C(mVAIR Monza com'ertib'e 4 
speed a real nice csr at $1,095.00 
TR4 Rdstr. H/T A good buv at 

$1,495.00 
TR 4 Rdstr 4 speed red with whit2 
tcp $1,495.00 

MGB British racing green tanneau 
cover a r?al buy at $i ,595.00 

AUS-nN HEALEY »M)0 White with 
red interior ov^-drive $1,895-00 
SPITFIRE Bj3ck R&H 4 zmod 
rdsta-. $1,295.00 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



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■EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— FmimI* 



Attention school teach«rs! Ocean 
side. 114 65i.:i ::;:reet. 3 Dej.-o(Kns. 
$150. All utilities furnished. Apply 
at rear or call collect. Richmond. 
288^. 8 25 TR* 



EMPLOYMENT 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



HAT mmm m m as jmb mmm. 




Hotel be^. Girls - prefer colle^ 
• students. Waitress and maid uiUfl 
LAor Day or kii^r. Males for 
''nj^ cleit or bell-hq> and (Kshes. 
'Middle aged female day clerit. 
Room, board, unifomns, salarj^. 
No phone calls. Apfrflcations for 
next season available. DMphin Ho- 
tel. 8 11 WN 



30 Appliance Services 



NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us help you witli that new 

'lome — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you in 

financing. 

Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

, (1) 428-2661 

42^3750 

428^837 

tfn 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient lepairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4^. Fuel 
Feed k Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfn 



BUSirilESS SERVICES 
36 Heme Maintenarce 



.All Safe Carpet Cleaning. New 
method, low prices, rapid drying, 
no linkage. Guaranteed work 
and licensed. Free estimate. Call 
464-5967 or 340^506. 

8 18 TFN 



ARTHUR SAYS 

Can this number for informa- 
tion about tc^paying tem- 
porary jobs with Keity Girt. 

SERVICES 
"EQUAL OPPORTUWTY EMPLOYER* 

PHONE 687-37« 

41 Help Wanted— Malt 

Janitors - with experience. Attrac- 
tive pcsitlon. Excellent salary and 
fringe benefits. Apply housekeep- 
er, General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 8 25 2T 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience necessary. 
$85-$l25 weekly. We pay for City 
permU. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, 3762 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464*262. 9-23-tfn 

MAfJPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenographets 

We have uiunediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia B^ch. 

NO F£E 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired— «ork on these temporary 
jobs when tonvenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush Stre^ 

5.27-tfn 



S.ALESM.AN— Combination adver- 
tising and printing. Commission 
with guarantee. Bqperience {we- 
ferred. Good opportunity with es- 
t^lished and growing concern. 
Send resume, indudmg references 
to: J. P. Coates, P.O. Box 657, 
Va. Beach, ya. 23451. 6 17 TFN 

43 Po>ition Wanted — Famale 

I will b^y stt and do light house- 
keeping. Have own tra^isportatiwi. 
Call 428-000. 8 18 TFN 

44 Potition Wahf«d-Mai« 

TUTOR — Eaementary and Hi^ 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vir- 
ginia Beach area. 340-4434. 6-0-tfn 

50 Business Oppertunlti»8 

I NEED AN A^ISTANT 
Distributor direct for nati<mal 
known wholesale cosmetic com- 
pany. Need a person f<ff supe-vis- 
ing and training other peojde. 8 
to 10 thousand possible first year. 
New car furn^ied tor qualified 
penson. For £^^intinent write 
1516 Johnston's Road, Norfolk, Vir. 
ginia, c/o Mr. Nissen. 

8 114T 



60— Instructions 



Bridge lessons: All phases, point 
count, dements of play, card com- 
binatiens, conventions, bidding. 
Now registering students for clas- 
ses starting middle of Septenriber. 
Telephone 428-5122, Mrs. Betty At- 
kinson. 8 18 4T 



MERCHANDISE 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted — Female 

Waitress, experienced. Year round 
p(Bition. Apply Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TF.N M 



NOW HEAR THIS- 

KELLY TECHNICAL - 

DIVISION OF 
KELLY SERVICES 

has opportunities for 

mcB with technical skills 

TOP PAY DEGREE AND 

NON DEGREE 

Interesting Temporary 

Assignments 

for short or long duration In 

Tidewater or other cities i 

Coast to Coast and Abroad' 

Send resumes to 

KELLY SERVICES 

609 Boush Street, Norfolk, Va. 

For additrsnal informatioo 

Call 627-0191 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



90 Articles For Sale 



Singer machine repossession: Nice 
cabinet model. Darns, zig-zags, 
makes buttonholes, fancy stitches, 
etc. Fuush 5 payments $10.00 
monthly or $46.00 cash. Guarantee 
can be transfered. Can be seen 
and tried out locally. Write: "Na- 
tional Repossession Dept." Atten- 
tion Mrs. Nichols, Box 814 Lynch- 
burg,. Va. 8 18 3T 



Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
428-1515. 4-14-tfn 



93 Household Goods 



r.M LOOKING 
for women who are interested in 
earning $W0 or more a month on 
a part time basis. Income will be 
discussed at Ikne of interview. 
For interview call Mr. Nissen at 
8S&4361 between 6 and 8 p.m. 

8 11 4T 



KELLY GIRLS 

DiviaioB d 

KEUY SERVICES 

Hm Top Assignments 

AT TOP PAY 

Fm- Experienced 

SECRETARIES 

KEY PUNCH OPERATORS 

STENOGRAPHERS 

bMerestlng Temporary Work 

at the best firms In Tidewater 

For Interview and ass^ments 

CALL KELLY SERVICES 
627-3742 - 627-0191 

New Locatkn: Sl» fiasA St. 
E<pal Opportunity Em^er 



SELL HOUSES 

Unlimited earnings. Have openings 
for saleanen at Virginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Shopping' Center. Ex- 
celleiH "working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
beoefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Experience preferred Iwt 
not necessary. All interviews con- 
fidential. Call J. F. Pct«^, 340- 
3232. 

Goodman-Segar-Hegan 
ResideiiUal Sales CorporatiMi 
8 18 TFN 



U. I. JAFFE AND 
ASSOCIATES 

.irKIIJATlUK 

GREAT AMERICAN 
MORTGAGE INC. 

RKAI. K«T»Tr I.OA.V8 

WW I \i. sm \tionh 

I'HONK iaH-;,-,7i 

• 411 4ITH HT. r. o. BOX ne 

VIR(iI)n.% BEACH, \A. 331.51 



Newc; i ncrs Greeting Service ne«k 
experienced ladies w.th sales back- 
gnnjnd to call on leading busine* 
@ and vi^ newc^nMrs. Car Dec- 
enary. Age 3M0 .%la> Travelftig 
Field Representative with sales 
a^me^x. Car essential Matel 
expensB paid- Call Mrs. Mitch^ 
m-ism. 9 1 IT 



WORLD WIDE DICTATION 




Telep}-4»e Dktatton Sffvic* 

24 Hojrs A Day-7 l^iys A We* 

No Equipment Pun^aees Or 

bstalatkn 

"DkAate as iraidi or 

as IMe 8i ym wUt" 

Ace<irscy-43urffty Wortonanrfap 

"For taferm^cn (Mi ' 

I^RLD WIDE DICTATION 

SERVICE OF NORFOUC 

235? n. S± Bh-^-fl^SSM 



CARPET FACTS - I cm sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2r 
9816. A^tfn 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
109 Apts., Fum.-Unlurn. 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
n^jrt. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call C8-6666 or ^• 
2 724. 3-17-tfn 

ni Apartments Furnlihed 

3 or 4 room apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2213. 

8 18 TFN 

Suntide Motel apartments. 1, 2 or 
3 rooms. All utiliUes fumii^. 
Rental by wedi or month. Call 
4^-6404. 8 4 TFN 

Attention teachere! North end — 
Ocean side: CcMnpietely furnished. 
2 bedroom apartment, tteat and 
water furnished. Available .\ugust 
28th to June 15lh. $137.50 monthly. 
.Apply at 116 55th Street. 

8 25 TFN 

1 bedrosm efficiency apartments. 
$& t3 $75 monthly. Convenient to 
Riopping. laundrranat, theatre, 
ocean. CaH C894K. 

825TFlSi 



Furnished apartment near 31st 
Str<xt fhopping cciter. ^ month. 
ly. .\vaiiablc until May 15th, Call 
428-S57 or see 2905 Arrtic .Avenue 
between 5 and 7 P.M. 

9 1 Tm 



I and 2 bed-oon apartments. Win- 
ter or yearly rales. 1 block fngn 
Ocean. In the heart d the beadi. 
Call «»-6713. 9 1 TITN 

1 bedroom, eepet^. av-cmdltkm- 
ed. 310 451h Street Call 428^^87. 
Avail^le Septeni)^- Sth - Jvme 
15th. 9\Wfi 

Ca^^tfr Dnve. m. 3 and S reoiti 
fumishfd. liod^s. air - 
Yearly. Call m-im 
« MA 2-te75. 7 £ nt« 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

111 Apartments Furnished 



B.iU:HELOR APARTJffiNTS 
From Septen^w 5 
Large studio living-bedroom with 
full kitchen and dining area, 
breakfast bar, tiled bath wiUi tub 
and shower. AD linens, cooKing 
utensils, dishes and utilities fur- 
nisned. Weefcy maid service and 
TV optwnal. 90 day minunum. 
Summertime luxury at winter time 
rates. Call 4284643. 

9 1 TFN 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAUi 



124 HousM For Salo 



2 bedrooms. Available Sept. Sth— 

June lat. Call 428-78^ after 2 pjn. 

9 1 TFN 



1 bedroam. First Floor. Private 
entrance. Call C8-5942. 

8 » 2T 



2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, 
bath. 516 20th Street. Call 428- 
2458. 9 1 TFN 



Kaotts Island oa Currituck &)und. 
8-room house— 3 be'reoms, two 
ba^, living ruxn. Kitchen with 
bar and dinkig area. Utility room. 
Hd water, baseboard heat, large 
screoied porch. One 3-car garage, 
one 1-car gara^ with attached 
greenhcTise and hunters room- 10 x 
22, with double sink and c2ri)inets. 
Lot 180 X 175. Concrete Bu:khead. 
Lovely shrubs 4 flowiers. Owner 
asking $30,000. Open for offer. A 
lovely h<ane to retire. Last house 
on Idt on Cassin Point' Road. 

Murphy Realty Co., 428-3090. No 
answer, 428-6690. 

8 4 TFN 



REAL BTATt FOR SAU 

3 and 4|bedroom: 2 oath, brick. 
Ranch ani 2 story bones. G.I., 
F.H.A. fSiancing avaJWHai CaU 
Anchor Realty anytime. ^7421. 
Manber of MLS and NLS. ijg-tfa 

125 Lots For Sal* 

I.ACK BAY — On Gian ftit^e 
Road neai Charity (Siurdi. P'* 
acre. Reatfy to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 340^11, 340^71. 
340^1. ^1-dn 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 



H'ini|i-il .Viici iiinttr ■ \|i|ii,i 
>ji( I nil/ill;,' In l{ii-.iii( •-. 



Sih. M\ 



1 bedroom, Uving room, kitchoi, 
bath and large walk-in ckiset. Cen. | 
trally located 4 btocks from beach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 428-4060. 7 28 WN 

Austin's Court Motel ApartmoitSi 
Z06 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartmnts. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-ro<na apartment 
and furnished rooms. Blogkv 
{nxn Bus Statioa By week or 
month. 

tfa 



APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
uitfumished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 
^ 3-2^ 

113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnishwi 

1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$V25. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



115 HouMS — Furnishod 



Cashier. Experienced. Year round 
employment. Apply« in person on- 
ly. Black Angus Restaurant, 33rd 
and Pacific. 8 25 ?r 



side. 114 ©.h Street. 3 bedrooms. 
$150. All utilities furnished. Apply 
at rear or c^ collect, Richmond. 

2a»am. 8 25 tfn 

USA 

Houses Unfurnished 



Lynnhaven Colony - 3 bedroom 
brick ranch on deep watw chan- 
nel. Fenced yard. 35 foot boat 
dock. Near Oceana, Fort Story, 
Little Creek bases. Available S^ 
tember 15tli. Call 464^1787. 

9 1 TFN 



^ bride. 3 bedrooim, 1'4 baths, 
large living room, dining room, 
l«-ge built-in kitchen, 14 garage. 
Has large est^lished yard. Locat- 
ed in Princess Anne Plaza within 
walking distance to shopping cen- 
ter and school. Call 587-7925. 
8 25 TFN 

116 Business Places 

ForJient 

3707 Virginia Beach BoulVeard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, twc 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 3«>-aoei or 3403805. 

12-9-tfD 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Houses For Sal* 

Wdfsnare Pi3ntat.(»i. 2332 Planta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths & 
large den on corner lot. $21,900. 
Mr. DeHart, 340«91. 340«311, 340- 
«71. 8 25 TFN 

Wolffnare Road. No. 1816. 3 bed- 
TDoms, 1 bath with car p«t. $12,- 
500. DeHart 340^91, 340«ill. 340. 
4971. 8 25 TFN 



PAWT 

SALE 

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D8HART 

HARDWARE 

GO. 



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• LIOALNOTICB 



(The object of Uas suit is for 
tt>e compUiinaiit to obtain from 
the defendant a divorce a vinodo 
RMitarinxnii oo the grouncb <rf mut- 
ual separation in excess of two 
years and affidavit having been 
made said defeiKlant is not a res- 
ident of the State d Virgmia, she 
Is hereby required to ^ipear with- 
in ten da^ after due publication 
hereof and do what may be nec- 



• LEGAL NOngiS 

esary to protect her interests. It 
is ordered that tills ordo* be pub- 
lished aace a wedc fm (oat sac- 
cesme weeks in the Va. Beach 
Sun, a newspaper havng a g«i- 
^al circulation in this City. 
TESTE: 

JOHN V. FE3«!RESS, ChsA 
By: J. CTJRTK FRUIT. D.C. 
Norman Olitsky, p.q. 
600 Court Street 



• LEGAL NOnCB 



Portsmouth, Va. 



8 18 4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of VDtGINU 

IN THE (XEBl^S OfTlCE OF 

Tiffl: ciBCurr coimr of im 

CITY OF VIRGKIA BEACH. ON 
THE 12th DAY OF AUGUST. 1966. 
MARY CLYIffi BR(»RiX3fr, 

iirfant. Plaintiff, 
against 



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Through li years the sound fiscal policies 
observed at Mutual Federal Savings and Loan 
Association have resulted in the availability of 
funds for home financing when they were needed. 
1965 is no exception. 

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improved real estate in this area. 

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prUALpFEPERAL 

OF NORFOLK 

NORFOLK PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA BEACH 



GEORiC^ DOUGLAS B^)D- 
RSOHT. Defoidffit. * 

•Hie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A ^^nciflo matrl- 
HMnii from the said defendant 
upon the gr<Hinds o^ desertion. 

And an affidavit, having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last tawvwi post of- 
fice address being: 318 North Po- 
well Avenue, Freeport. Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
witLiin 10 (ten) days after due 
publicatKHi ho-eof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
inta-est in this suit, 
A COPT— TESTE: 
JOHN V. ¥l£Nn{ESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS mUlT, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty. 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virghiia 

ei8«r 



LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIAGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF WE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA MIACH, ON 
THE 16th DAY OF AUGUST, 1966 
RICHARD F. KING, Plaiirtiff, 
against 

SALLY A. KING, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defemJant, 
upon the grounds of addtry. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tfie defendant 
is a mm-resident d the State of 
Virginia, the last knomi post of- 
fice address being: 2410 Rose Dr., 
Gretna, Louisiana, it is ord^'ed 
that she do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her interest in 
this stdt. 
A Corer— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKoiry 
1369 Lai^in Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

8 18 4T 




VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT OOUiRT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 5th DAY OF AUGUST, 
1968- 
RO^SIT B. CRUMFLER, et als. 

Complainants 
vs. 
LOUIE L. GRIGGS, JR., et als, 

Defendants 

IN CSANCERT NO. 18200 
Order iof iPaUlcatiiMi 
nWb ot^^ of this suit is to sub. 
Ject 4fae penoiuMy «id realty of 
Lavinia Tate Pettie to (he pay- 
ment of her debts and it ai^ar- 
ing by Affidavit that the following 
parties are not residents of the 
State of Virginia and tfieir last 
known addresses are as follows: 

(1) WifiHir Griggs, 57 Stanwood 
Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts; 

(2) Bernard Griggs, 11 Brunton 
Street, Boston, Massachusetts; and 
the wives of Louie L. Griggs, Jr., 
Wilbur Griggs and Bernard Gri- 
ggs, if any there be, are uidmown 
and there n»ay be creditors of 
Lavinia Tate Pettie ui&nown to 
the Conq)lainants. 

It is ordCTed that Wilbur Griggs 
and Bernard Griggs and ^e wives 
of Louie L. Griggs, Jr., Wilbur 
Griggs and Bernard Griggs and 
all the creditors of Lavinia Tate 
Pettie, which said wives and cred- 
itors were made Defendants by 
the gena-al description of "parties 
unknown," do appear within ten 
(10) days after due publication of 
this order and do what is neces- 
sary to protect their interests. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
piAlished once a wedt for four (4) 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper piAMshed 
in the Qty of Virginia Beadi, Va 
A COPY TESTE: 
JOHN V. FI34TRESS, CUERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. W. P. McBain, Atty. 
Board of Trade BuiWing 
Nwfolk, Virginia 

8 11 4T 

COMMWWEALra Of VIRGINIA 

m WE CUERiCS OFFICE, OF 
TflE aRCWr OCXJRT OF TIE 
CITY OF VIRGB«A BSEMM ON 
TIffi «h DAY OF AUG«ST, 1966 
PEGGY JOYCE DAVEI«»ORT '• 

WNaoW, Plaintiff, 
against 

ROrajRT Gli2©J WINBLOW De. 
fendant. 

<Meraf pyUieaiiM 

The object of tWs suit is fOT the 
complainant to dbiam from the 
defoidant a dtnece a m&Ba et 
thiHV on tiie grounds of oa^ruc^ 
tive desotioo md awity. 

And an affidavit havk^ been 
made and filed Uiat the <klenknt 
is unknown as to addnen md 
K^wreafcoids although the com- 
piaimuit ba«in has used due dili- 
gence to m^Huo the County or 
CcHporation to irh^ be is resid- 
ing, but witfaoitf effect, ha ia^ 
known Put (Mce address bm^ 
Oiaucer CHOt. Aragota Vtt^is^ 
Virginia Baacfa. Va.. it is or«lend 
ttut be db mtetf ken wWihi tat 
(10) days after due pdUic^iaa 
hereof, aid do iriurt ou^ be nee- 
i^Ntfy to protect ha intesat ■ 



this suit. 

A OtffY TESTE: 

JOHN V. liiaSFrRESS, Cleric 

By: J. CURTK FfHJPT, D. C. 

Larry Wiap, p.4 

P. 0. Box 15142 

Great Bridge 

Chess^>e^e, Va. 

8 11 4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE <niROUIT COURT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGDWA BEACai, ON 
TIBS 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966, 
JAMES C. MICiai«)N, Plain- 
tiff, 
agiainst 

DONNA JEAN MCKELSON, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Hie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a <^rce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-residoit of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 13092 Yorva 
Avemie, Santa Ana, California, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) -days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRE^, Clerk 
By: MARY M. WMTE, D. C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beaeh, Virginia 

8 11 4T 



LEGAL NOT[CES 



(XNMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

®J THE CLERK'S OFiyCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CTTY OF VIRGINIA BEM:H ON" 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966. 
THERESA LEXmA HEDGE M£- 

VDflS, Plaintiff, 
against 
BILLY EUGENE BLEVINS, De- 

fend^rt. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATTON 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bonds of 
^matrimcHiy from Ae said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of desertion 
and that defendant has been sen- 
tenced to confinement in the pea- 
itentiary of this State. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the "defendant 
is a non-resklent and that due 
diligence has been used by and 
on behdf of the plaintiff to de- 
tennine the whereabouts of the 
defendant without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with, 
n t«) (10) days after due pii)li- 
catiod hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his inter- 
est in this suit. 
A CXJPY— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
By: MAiRY M. WHITE, D. C. 

8 11 4T 



NOTICE 
VIRGINIA: ' 

The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
on Monday, September 12, 1966 
at 2 o'clodc PjM. at which time 
persons wiD be heard for and ag- 
ainst the following proposed chan- 
ges of zoning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of Atlas Realty 
Co. by Garland M. Lay ton, Attor- 
ney, for a change of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 '(iR- 
D 2) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 3 (ChL 3). 

Parcel 1: On certain property 
fronting 63.88 feet on the North 
side of Judge' Lane, formerly Cove 
Court, a distance of 149.11 feet on 
tile Eiastem property line. (West- 
em property line of Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-T\innel). Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

II. Application d Mrs. P. F. 
Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Jdin 
L. Judge by Garland Layton, At- 
torney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence SiAurtxan District 

4 (R-S 4) to Limited Gomma'cial 
District 3 (C-L 3) of certain prop- 
erty fronting 397 feet more or less 
on the E^st side of Pleaaire 
House RSd, bounded on the South 
by I^jwells Point Road, having a 
depth of 370.71 ffst, bounded on 
the East by the Western limits of 
the Bridge-Tunnel Itoad right of 
way. having a depth of 3^.32 feet, 
bounded on the North by JiKlge 
Lane, formerly Cave Court, havmg 
a widtt of 247 feet, nwre or less. 
Bayside Borough. 

III. AR)lication of Waker H. Ri- 
ddick f<M- a change of a)mng frwn 
Residence Suburban Di^rict 3 (R- 

5 3) to (j«ia:al Commercial Dis- 
tri<S 1 IC-G 1) and a Use Pmnit 
for a gasAne ripply station on 
the Southeast irrterwctlon of N^sih. 
hamptwi Boulevard and Weskyan 
Drive, fronting 200 feet on the 
South side of Nortl^npton Boule- 
vard. Bayskie Borough. 

IV. Application of Unwood Wri 
^ for Virginia National Baidc 1^ 
P. W. Ackiss. Attorney, fw a 
change of loiang fr«n Residence 
SubuAaa EMs*rict 3 (RS 3( to 
Limited Conunercial Di*rict 1 iC- 
L 1) oa (xrimn f»t>perty located 
00 Ibe Northwert cMner of B<». 
ney Road and South Wkdiduck 
Boad, Stating » 06 feet <ai tte 
Nbrtt skle d B(fflney Road. Keno- 
pMflfe Bnoi^. 

V. AnAcatara of HwaM A. QO- 



I 



pe^jer am! waiian A. McPhewm 
for a cbanfs of stoning from Res- 
idence Si4)U!*an District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial District 1 
(CIL. 1) to operate a plant and 
dmibbery nursery on certffln 
property iopated 301. 49 feet West 
of W<M)dstock Road, fronting 152.74 
feet atoig the North side of Prov- 
ktence Road. Kempsville Borou^. 

VI. Application d Richard M. 
Waitzer for a Use Permit to crai- 
struct a metical and dental buUd- 
ing fronting 200 feet on toe West 
side of First Colonial Road, be- 
ginning at a point 1^0 North of 
Ekcson Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

VII. implication of Dr. A. Q. 
Jarrett for a change .of zoning 
frOTi Residence Suburban District 
3 (R-S 3) with Motel and Tourist 
and Re^aurant Kstrict (T-2) Sup- 
plement to Mjltiple Family Res- 
idence District |R-M) and a Use 
PemHt to construct a professional 
office building on certain property 
fronting 93.78 feet on the South 
side of Laskin Raad, beginning at 
a point 618 feet more or less West 
of Birdneck Road. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ou^. 

' VIII. Application of Birdneck 
TowCTS, Inc. by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

3 (R-S 3) to Multiple Family Res. 
idence District (R-M) and a Use 
I^ermit to constfuct a Ingh .rise 
luxury apartment with 126 apart- 
ment units located at the North- 
west comer of iCardinal Road and 
Lasldn Road, frontihg 662.47 feet 
on the North side i)i Laskin Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

IX. Application of Norfolk Bap- 
tist AssKKiation for a Use Famit 
to construct a church on certain 
property fronting 370.82 feet on the 
Western side of Little Neck Road 
beginning at a point 15ffi.36 feet 
North of Kings Grant Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

X. Application of Delta Building 
Corporation by Owen and Guy, 
Attorneys, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

4 (R-S 4) to (Seneral Commercial 
District 2 (C-G 2) and Limited 
Commercial, District 2 (C^L 2). 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 2: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
at the Northwest intersectim of 
Lee Highlands Boulevard and 
South Lynnhaven Road and run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet more 
or less along tiie West side of 
South Lynnhaven Road and a dis- 
tance of 170 feet more or less 
along the Northern side of Lee 
Highlands Boulevard. 

Parcel 2 to be 'C^. 2: On cer- 
tata property beginning at a point 
150 feet more or less North of 
the intersection of South Lynnha- 
vei Rtrad and Lee Highlands Bou- 
levard. Said parcel fronting 320 
feet more or less atong the West- 
era side of South Lynnhaven Road, 
Princess Anne Borou^. 

XI Application^ Cardinal E^s- 
tates. Inc. for a Use Permit to 
operate a mobile home trailer 
rental park on certain property 
located on the East side of Swal- 
low Drive, North side of Finch 
Avenue and the West side of Sky- 
lark Drive. Said parcel "is desig- 
nated as Lots 1 through 12, 14 
through 30, and 32 through 36, 
Block E. Cardinal Estates. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XII. Applicatirn of A. D. Mil- 
ler and (herald Verdon by Owen 
B. Pickett, Attorney, for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (B4» to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-3),and a 
Use Permit to cmistruct 22 apart- 
ment units, beginning at a point 
on the North side of 18th Street, 
83.5 feet East of Mediterranean 
Avenue, a di.?taince of 160 feet on 
the North side of 18t)? Street. Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough: 

Xni. Application of Mr. & Mrs. 
George H. Leary for a Use Permit 
to construct 3i additional units for 
tlie Homestead Hotel on the E^st 
side of Atlantic Avenue beginning 
at a point 150 feet North of 22nd 
Street, running a distance of 151 
fe£* on the East side of Atlantic 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

XIV. Application of David I. Le- 
vine, et al, for changes of zoning 
from R^idence Duplex -District 2 
(R-D 2> and Limited Cwrunercial 
District 1 (C-L 1) to Residence 
Di^oc District 2 (R-D 2) with 
Motel and Tourist and Restaurant 
Distrkt (T-2) SuKJlement, Gener- 
al Commercial District 1 iCG 1), 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C. 
L 1) and Multiple Family Resi- 
dence Di^rirt (R-M> <m certain 
prqjerty located 700 feet more or 
less Ea^ of Great Neck Road, 
rimning from the Chesj^jeake Bay 
Southwardly to Long Creek and 
extending Eartwardly a diSance 
of 1^ feet more <»• less to the 
Western property line of Cf^ie 
aory-By-tte-Sea. and Use Permits 
fa- ramp parking, 18M units of 
high rise apartments, marina ser- 
vice and boat ranp. private cliA 
wit.¥ restaurant, convention cen- 
t?r. recreati«i and fine arts cen- 
ter. More detailed infOTmatton in 
the (HRce d the City Plannii^ 
Cmnmission Lynnhaven Borough. 

XV. Aj^iUcation of North Bay 
Devd^mert (5>rporatioo for a 
diai^e of zonii^ from .^gricuhur- 
al I^trict (.^-R) and AgncultiM-al 



• LEGAL NOTICB 



Unrestrkited Dtetrk* (A-U) to Ree- 
idaice Suburban Distrkit t (R-S 
2), Readence SAuitan Distrid 3 
(R-6 3), Resid««e Dujrfex Dist- 
rict 1 (iRC 1). General Conuner- 
cial District 2 (C^ i). Mult^le* 
FMnily Residence District (R-M» 
and Motel and Touri»t and Res- 
taurant DistrkA (T.2) SuH)tenent 
on certain property bounded on 
the East by Sandhridge Beach 
from Suriffe* Lane to De^ Ditch 
Spit, bounded on the South by 
North Bay, on the East Iqr Hell 
Point Creek aid mardilands and 
property now or formerly W. G. 
Burton and on the North by prop- 
erties now or formerly R. L. Bell 
and Rainey's Pond. Said property 
encompasses 2,000 acres nwe or 
less. More detailed informatl<in in 
the (Mke of the City Planning 
.Cwnmission. Pungo Bwough. 

■XVI. Application <rf Amerkan 
Land Company for a Aange of 
zoning from Agricultural Um-e. 
stricted District (A-U) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) and 
General Commercial District 1 
(C-G 1) and a Use Permit for a 
motel, restauraitf with entertain- 
ment facilities, small boat marina, 
marina sales and service; and a 
Use sPermit to operate two gaso- 
line sUi^ly stations. 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 1: Oa cer- 
tain {M-operty beginning at the 
Southenwnost boundary Une of 
Sandbridge, Beach and running in 
a Southerly' dkection 400 feet along 
the Aores of the Atlantic Ocean, 
thence running hi a Westerly di- 
rection aloi^ ths Northern prop- 
erty line of property belonging to 
the City of Virginia Beach (Little 
Isknd Recreation Ared) to the 
shores of Back Bay, thence run- 
ning in a Northerly direction 400 
feet nrore or less to the Southern, 
most property line of Sandbridge 
Beach, thence in' an Eastrly di- 
rection along said line to the 
shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and 
to be excluded from tfiis area and 
to be zoned (jeneral Commercial 
District 1 (C-G 1). 

Parcel 2 to be C-G 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
on the SoiAhem-most boundlary 
line of San(ft>ridge Beach and the 
extension of Sandpiper Road run- 
ning in a Southerly direction a 
distance of 150 feet along said 
road, then atong the Southern 
boundary line a distance d 120 
feet, running along the Ekistern 
property line 150 feet, along the 
Northern property line a distance 
of 120 feet. 

Parcel 3 to b« C-G 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning aH'f poiiA 
250 feet more or less South' of the 
Southern property line of Sand-^ 
bridge, ak»g the Eastern prop- 
erty line of the extension of Sand- 
piper Road, a distance of 150 feet, 
150 feet along the Southern boun- 
dary line, running a distance of 
ISO feet along the Eastern boun- 
dary line, running 120 feet along 
the Northem pn^rty line. More 
detailed information in the Office 
of the City Planning Commisswn. 
Pungo Borough. 

XVII. Application of Bell Cor- 
poration for a change of zonuig 
from Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercial x 
District 3 (C-L 3) and Multiple 
Family Resklenee District (R-M). 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 3: Beginning 
at a point 625 feet more or less 
South of the intersection of Plan- 
tation Road and Great Neck 
Road, fronting 1160 feet more or 
less on the West skie d Relocated 
Great Neck Ro^d, 330 feet more 
or less on tfie Southern property 
line, a coirtoined distance of isee' 
70 feet mwe or less along the Wes^ 
tern property line (Old Grepf 
Neck Road), 360 feet more «• «ss 
on the Northem property line. 

Parcel 2 to be RuM: Certain 
property located at the Souttieast 
corner of Plantation Road and 
Great Neck Road and running in 
a Southerly direction a distance 
of 2300 feet more or less along 
the Elast side of the Proposed 
Great Neck Road, a distance of 
150 feet ak)ng the Southern prop- 
erty Une, and a distance of 2200 
feet more or less along the West- 
em pw^rty line of Point 0'- 
Woods, a distance of 100 feet more 
or less along the South skie of 
Plantation Road. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

XVII. AppKoBtkm d J. Rash- 
kmd and Martin L. Rosen for a 
change of zonii^ from General 
Industrial District 1 (M-I 1) to 
General Industrial District 3 (M- 
I 3) on cotain jroperty located 
at the Southeast inte-section of 
Princess Amie Road ^ Norfc^ 
and Soutbwn Railway Riglrt ol 
Way, namk^ a (fatance of 9G5 
feet RWe or less along the South 
side of the NOTfoJk and Southern 
Railway Right of Way, a distance 
of 370 feet mors or less aka^ the 
South side d Princess Anne Road, 
a rombined dirtajce of 544 feet 
along the Eastern pr(^)erty line 
and ■ distano! d 2S0 tea mire 
Tjt 1^ al<mg the Westan |»-<^)erty 
line, E^t«n property line of* 
Newtown Road More detailed m- 
fonnaton a tbt Offk* of the City 
^miag CooBimion. Kennpsvflie 

■XKS V. FfSflMaS, CSty aerit 
ey: MA«GAHi?r M. HOOD. D.C. 



/ 



• lilQAlN OTICB 

COMMONWBALTH Of VIBGINIA 

IN THI jCMBW'S OFFICE OP 
•PHE CIliaftT (XWRT OF WE 
CITY OF VtlteiffilA BEACH. ON 
TJliE 15th DAY OiF MKJUST. 1966 

tmU&i t. riAiBiiX, Plaintifl, 

against 

ALTON J. lURRElL, Defendant. 

ORbEft W PUBLICATION 

The cA^ d this suit is to db- 
tain a cBwfrce a mensa et thoro. 
to be in due time mergjed into a 
divort!^ a vincA) fiiitrimonii, 
from £I» said defendant upon the 
grouijde of desertion and abandon- 
ment! ' 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
made and filed that due dBigence 
has been used by or oi behalf of 
the plalotiff to ascertain in what 
county or city fte defendant is 
without d^ect. the last known post 
office adAress being: 3S29 Rain- 
tree Roaid, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, tt is ordered tiiat he do ap- 
pear hece within 10 (ten) days 
after due pii>llcati(m hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A CXJPY-TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D. C. 

Mssrs. Owen & Guy,. Attys., p.q. 
4585 Virginia Beach Boulevaiti 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

8 18 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE OiROUrr COURT OF THE 
QTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
the 19th day of August, 1966. 
ROBERT D. RUFFIN, Executor 

of the Estate of THOMAS DAM. 

MES WTESLEY, Deceased. 
Complainant. , 

vs. 
HELEN SHELDON T.'\GG.\RT, 

et als, Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above entitled 
suit is to determine who are the 
heirs at law and distributees of 
Thomas Dammes Wesley, Deceas- 
ed, entitled to the real and per- 
sonal property of wdich he died 
intestate, and to distribute the net 
, intestate assets remaining for dis- 
tribution among them. Thomas 
Dammes Wesley was born in the 
City of New York on March 6, 
1873, and was the son of Augustus 
Dammes and Margaret Sophia 
Rose, his wife. The original name 
t of Thomas Dammes Wesley was 
Thomas Wesley Dammes. On Feb- 
ruary 6. 1901. Part 1 of the Su- 
preme, Goitft of the State of Nefw 
YoA faeld'in and for the County 
Itf New York, upon the petitiwi of 
Thomas Wesley Damnies, then re. 
siding at 41 East' 69th Street, in 
the Borough of Manhatten. City 
of New York, entered an (Mxler 
authorizing him >to change his 
' name to Thomas Dantmes W^ley, 
by which last mentioned name he 
was known for the rranainder of 
his life. Thomas Dammes Wesley 
was a Presbyterian minister viho 
died in the City of Virginia Beach, 
foi-merly the County of Princess 
Anne, State of Virginia. August 1, 
1964. where he'haid hved for many 
years preceding his death. And it 
appearing by affidavit filed ac- 
coixiing to law, that the dcifend- 
ants Helen Sheldon Taggart, Tho- 
mas Baldwin Sheldon. Jr., Mrs. 
Anne George, Howard Dammes. 
Edward Dammes. Mrs. B. Brad, 
en. Mrs. Fred Wurple. Mrs. R. 
Giibb. Mrs. Walter Graham, Miss 
Mac Dammes. Wesley Dammes, 
Miss Jill Arlyn Dammes. Miss 
Gertrude A. Dammes. Miss Lulu 
Dammes, Douglas H. Ross. Mrs. 
Rtbert Bartlett. Mrs. Shirley 
Chapman, Mrs. Lee S. Brenner. 
Richard Ross. Mrs. Mary Rose 
Brown. Donald Stirling Ross. Mrs. 
Edmond duPont. Thomas Edward 
Ross, 11, Miss Lilian Averell Ross, 
Miss Margaret Jane Ross, Mrs. 
Anna Ross Taylor, Miss Elizabeth 
Ross, Mrs. Josephine Ross Miller. 
Mrs. Doris Bell Hamilton. Mrs. 
Hazel Bell Brady, Mrs. Mary Bell 
deVilliers, Miss Suzanne &nma 
Bell, Robert Arnold. Lillian Arn- 
old. Minnie Arnold Farnsworth. 
Henry Brien, Jr.. Robert Brien, 
Lilian R. Law, Robert Law, are 
not residents of this state, it is 
therefore ORDERED that these 
perstms appear within 10 days af- 
ter due jMAlicatJon of this order, 
in the Clerk's (XlUx of our said 
Circuit Cwirt, and do what is nec- 
essary to protect their interests. 
And it ^ypearing from sakl affi- 
davit Uiat there may be persons 
interested in the subject to be di- 
vided or di^Maed of in this suit, 
heirs at law of Thomas Danwnes 
Wraley, Deceased, whose nam^ 
arc unknown , ajch unknown pe-- 
*>ns also shall ai^ar within 10 
days after Aie piilication ef this 
order, in^lhe Clerk's Office of mir 
said Circuit Court azKi do what is 
n?cessary to protect their iMer- 
esls. And it is hirtiier ORMSIO) 
that this oftte* be {wblisM once 
a week for 4 successive w«ks in 
*e Virginia Beach Sin. a news- 
0<»er fwWished in the City of Vir. 
finia B^ch. And it is hirther OR- 
TS:H£D tiiat a copy of this ffl-der 
be posca K OI tMt nt (< M 
ccurtinuse, as prtscri)ed i^ Iw. 



• LEGAl NOTICES 

and that anotl^- copy erf this «■- 
der be mailed to each of the de- 
fendants «ho are oamed above, 
with Post Office addreses as giv- 
en in the affidavit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
•By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
William L. Parker 
Virginia National Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Counsel for Con^laiafoit 

8 25 4T 

COAMONWEALTR jOf VtRci^lA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
tm CIRCUIT COWRT OF THE 
CITY OF' VIRGINIA BKMM, ON 
THE ISUi Day of AuguM, 1966. 
VIRGINIA L. SMTeLEY, Plain- 
tiff, 
against '' 

GEORGE ALBERT SMITHLEY, 
Jr., Drfendant 
ORDER OF PUBUCA'^ON 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
o{ desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defsidant 
is a non-resident of the Slate of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; HS 5, Quonset 
Point, c/o Fleet Post Office, New 
York, N. Y., it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication Iiereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRE^, Cleric 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty., p.q. 
3Q1 - Kth Street 
Virgitua Be'siHi, Virginia. 

8 25 4T 



AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Automel^laf For Sale 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1, 1966 



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VIRGINU: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
On The 26th Day of August, 1966. 
In the Matter of VIRGINilA NA- 
TIONiAL BAMC. Executor of the 
Estate of C. D. BARNARD. De- 
ceased. 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Vir- 
gmia National Bank. Executor of 
the Estate of C. D. Barnard, de- 
ceased, and of the debts and de- 
mands against his estate has b^n 
filed in the Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and Uiat six nwnths have 
elapsed since the qualification, on 
motion of said Virginia National 
Bank. Executw, of the Estate of 
C. D. Barnard, deceased, it is 

ORUERia) that the creditors of. 
and all others interested in, the 
Estate of C D. Barnard, deceas- 
ed,, do show cause, if aoy they 
can, (ffl the 6th day cf October. 
1966, before this Court, in its 
courtrooin, against the payment 
and ddivery of the. Estate of C. 
f). Barnard, deceased, to tfie dis- 
tributees without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It Is furUiCT ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pvb- 
lished once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Vh-ginia. 
A C(q)y Teste: 
JOm V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: R. H. WEST, D. C. 
Willcox, Savage. Lawrence. Dick- 
son & Spindle," p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

9 1 4T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special Notlcw 

REWEAVING 

For a reasonable price — those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can be 
ready for wear — anywhere! Call 
^8-1428. 8 n 4T 

Q\NDIDS BY CASSi\NDRA. Avail, 
able by phoning 428-9096. between 
6 and 9 AM. 616TTW 

AUTOMOTIVE 
20 AutomobilM For Sai> 

RENO'S 

USED CARS 

S424 N. MiUtary Hi^way 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Phone: 853^575 

1966 
Models 

rtHlDS 2 dr. h/t Galaxie 500 V8. 
Aub»n{^c Power Stewing. Fado- 
ry Air OenxfitiiHied BaJarjce Facto- 
ry warriBify. $S.695.00 
2 Ik. H/T Galaxie 500 V8 Auto- 
ma.;c f^ws- Sleaing. Ealancs erf 
(adtory wmaiAy. $2.S85.M 
4 dr. ri/T Maxie 500 V8 Atkonat- 
io Power ae»t)g. UiKier factory 
W\arr«ity. ttMiM 
MUSTANGS 2+2 7m 0)gine^ 
^eed transmission. Daric ^"een- 
Uttk iirterta-. Under factory war- 
TssHy. IWB.08 
2 dr. H/T V8 autwnatk. Beautiful 
bhie wkh rai^dui^ intaior. Uiwler 
factory wMTanty. B,4»S.ia 
OffiVROun Sm|V Sport Cep- 
vcftite \^' atiiii^ic. Tktssm 
Blue. White Top. Low Milage. Fac- 
tory warranty. $tMiM 
^^ 4 (k. sabn VB AtNomatic. 

rU/Xm Wagot. AubsnatK. 6 



pSiSerger. A real nice car. 

$3,095.00 
CORVETTES 427 - 4K H.P. 4 
sipeed conveitiiLe. Bixgandy with 
bj,:i± ii-.iefrior. Balance factory 
warranty. $4,485.00 

427 — 425 H.P. Conveiitible 1- 
speed. Giay, back top. Sida ax- 
hau±5. Low mileage. B:jlance fac- 
tory warra.-Ay. $i«5.00 
427 — ^ H.P. 4 speed. Nas.au 
(Blue, white top. Blue Interior. 

$4,395.00 

1965^ 
Models 

CHEVROLETS Super ^rt 2 dr. 
H/T 327 Aultomatic Power Stesr- 
ing. $2,395.00 

Bel Ah" 4 dr.' Automatic power 
steering. $1,795.00 

FORDS Country Squire Wagon 6 
passenger 6 cylinder AuttHnatic 

•9 095 00 
LTD 2 dr. H/T Blue with"b:2w:k 
V'jiyl tcip 390 high* perfarmance 
en^ne 4 fceed $2,395.00 

CORVETTOS Convertible 335 H/IP 
4 speed Racing green white top. 
Balance factory warranty. 

$3,495.00 
Fast Back 350 H/P 4 speed red 
with white interior ' $3,495.00 

MUSTANGS Convcrtibde V8 Auto- 
matic Power steering red with 
white top Bifrfance factory war- 
ranty. $2,095.00 
2 dr. H/T 6 cylinder irtandard 
shift extra dean Reviberation., 

$1,895.00 

1964 
• Models 

CORVAIR Monza convertable 4 
matic Power steering A. real nice 
car $2,895.00 

DODGE ConvertiHe V8 Automatic 
(Red with black top $1,695.00 

VALIANT 2 dr. Sedan 6 cyclinder 
Stardard ^\. $1,095.00 

THUNDERBIRD 2 dr. coupe white 
with light blue interior power 
•:teering power brakes $2,495.00 
CORVAIR Monza ccnvertib'e 4 
speed a real nice csr at $1,095.00 
TR4 Rdstr. H/T A good buy at 

$1,495.00 
TR 4 Rdstr 4 speed red with whit3 
tpp $1,495.00 

MGB British racing green tanneau 
cover a real buy at $1,595-00 

AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 WMe with 
red interior overdrive $1,895.00 
SPITFIRE Biack R&H 4 sneed 
rdstr. $1,295.00 




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■EMPLOYMENT 



40 H«rp Wanted— F»nuil« 



Attention school teachers! Ocean 
side. 114 65i:i street. 3 De.s-ooms. 
$150. All utilities furnished. Apply 
at rear or call collect. Richmcffld. 
288-3^. 8 25 TFN 



EMPLOYA\ENT 



42 H«lp Wanted 
Male or Female 



DAY MranK n tie mvm mmm. 




ARTHUR SAYS 

Can this number for informa- 
tion about top-paying tam- 
poraiy jobs with Kelly Girt. 

KLC^ 

SERVICES 
"iOUAL OPPORniMTY EMPLOYER'' 

PHONE 627-3742 



41 He!p Wanted— Mai* 



BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 Appliance Services 

NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

t-iet us help you witii that new 

'lome — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

bascmeitf to atUc and aid you m 

financing. 

Phone: Kellam & Eatai, Inc. 

, (1) 426-2661 

426-3750 

426-3987 

tfn 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient lepairs. Pi<:k up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4122. Fuel 
Fe^ k Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfn 



BUSlte SERVICES 
36 Home Maintenar ce 



All Safe Carpet Cleaning. New 
method, low prices, rapid drying, 
no shrinkage. Guaranteed work 
and licensed. Free estunate. Call 
464-6967 or 340^596. 

8 18 TFN 



EMPLOYMENT 



Janitors ■ with experience. Attrac- 
tive position. Excellent salary and 
fringe benefits. Apply housekeep- 
er, General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 8 25 2T 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience necessary. 
$85-$l25 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, 3762 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-23-tfn 

MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Steoographen 

We have inunediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Bebch. 

NO F£E 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired— work on these temporary 
jobs when tonvenient to ynu. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignmeat,' 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5.27-tfn 



40 Help Wanted — Female 

Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. .Apply Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 



I'M LOOKING 
for w(Hnen who are interested in 
earning $200 or more a month on 
a part time basis. Income will be 
discussed at tkne of interview. 
For interview call Mr. Nissen at 
8S5-6361 betv^'»» 6 and 8 p.m. 

8 11 4T 



KELLY GIRLS 

Division of 

KELLY SERVICES 

Has Top Assignments 

AT TOP PAY 

F<H- Experienced 

SECRETARIES 

KEY PUNCH OPERATORS 

STENOGRAPHERS 

lirteresting Temporary Work 

at the best firms in Tidewater 

For interview and assignments 

CALL KELLY SERVICES 
627-3742 - 627-0191 

New Location: m BooA St. 
E<|iial Opportunity Emptier 



Newel Tiers Greeting Service needs 
experienced ladies with sales back- 
gnnind to call on leading buslnc* 
es and visit mfmmamfa. Car Mc- 
^sary. Age 30-«). .Ms) Travdtof 
Field Rq)resentative with sales 
expeies^x. Car essential M^Hel 
txpeaa paki. CaU Mrs. MitcMi 
8^13®. 9 1 IT 



NOW HEAR THIS- 

KELLY TECHNICAL - 

DIVISION OF 
KELLY SERVICES 

has opportuntties for 

men with technical skills 

TOP PAY DEGREE AND 

NON DEGREE 

Interesting Temporary 

Assignments 

for short or long duration in 

TIdewatef or other cities / 

Coast to Coast and Abroad' 

Send resumes to 

KELLY SERVICES 

G09 Boush Street, Norfolk, Va. 

For additfonal informatloo 

Call 627-0191 

Equal Opportunity EmpIoyM* 



Hotel he^- Girls - prefer college 
studeirts. Waitress and maid vt^ 
hdboT Day or tonger. Males for 
^niglrt cleii or bell-h<^ and dishes. 
Middle aged female day clerk. 
Room, board, uniforms, salarj^. 
No phone calls. Applications for 
next season available. DMphin Ho- 
tel. 8 11 TFN 

SALESMAN— Combination adver- 
tising and printing. Commission 
with guarantee. Experience {»e- 
ferred. Good opportunity with es- 
tablished and growing concern. 
Send resume, indudiog references 
to: J. P. Coates, P.O. Box 657, 
Va. Beach, ya. 23451. 6 17 TFN 

43 Po»itlon Wanted — Female 

I will baby sit and do light liyuse- 
keeping. Have own trapsportaition. 
Gall 428-4900. 8 18 TFN 

44 Potition Wanftd— Male 

TUTOR — Elementary and Hi# 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vir- 
gania Beach area. 340-4484. 6-9-tfn 

50 Business Oppertunitiea 

I NEED m A^ISTANT 
Distributor direct for national 
known wholesale cosmetic con> 
pany. Need a person for supai^ds- 
ing and training other people. 8 
to 10 thousand possible first year. 
New car furnistied tor qualified 
person. For appointment write 
1916 JoJinston's Road, Norfolk, Vir. 
ginia, c/o Mr. Nissen. 

8 11 *r 



SELL HOUSES 

Unlimited earnings. Have openings 
for salesmen at Virginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Shopping Center. Ex- 
cellent "working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
begefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Boihjs 
Plan. Experience preferred but 
not necessary. All interviews con- 
fidential. Call J. F. Peters, 340- 
3232. 

Goodman-S^ar-Hegaa 
Residential Sales Corpm-atiaa 
8 18 TFN 



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ASSOCIATES 

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MORTGAGE INC. 

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No Equipment Purdbaees Or 

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60— Instructions 



Bridge lessons: All phases, point 
count, elements of play, card com- 
binations, conventions, bidding. 
Now registering students for clas- 
ses starting middle of September. 
Telephone 428-5122, Mrs. Betty At- 
kinson. 8 18 4T 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



Singer machine r^wssession: Nice 
cabinet model. Darns, zig-zags, 
makes battonh(des, fancy stitchee, 
etc. Fkush 5 payments $10.00 
monthly or $46.00 cash. Guarantee 
can be transfered. Can be seen 
and tried out locally. Write: "Na- 
tional Repossession Dept." Atten- 
tion Mrs. Nichols, Box 814 Lynch- 
burg,. Va. 8 18 3T 

Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
428-1515. 4-14-tfn 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Di^nt 501 
continuous filam^t and Caprolon 
nylons $3.93 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker- MA 2- 
9816. ^^tfn 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn. 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
igent. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call ^8^666 or ^- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

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111 Apartments Furnitheil 

3 or 4 room apartment. Summw 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2213. 

8 18 TFN 

Sunt We Motel apartments. 1, 2 or 
3 rooms. All utiUties furnished. 
Rental by week or month. Call 
^&«404. 8 4 TFS 

Attention teachers! North end — 
Ocean .«ide; Cwnpletely furnished. 
2 bedroom apartment, heat and 
water furnished. Available August 
2»h to June 15th. $137.50 monthly. 
.4pply at 116 55th Street. 

8 8 TFN 



1 bedroom efficiency apartments. 
9&S io $ra montWy. Convenient to 
Hiopping, laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. CaU «8-94%. 

825 TFN 



Furnish^ apartment near 31st 
Str«:t chopping cerrter. ^ month, 
ly. Available until May 15th. Call 
428-^7 or see 2905 Arctic .Avenue 
Ijetween 5 and 7 P.M. 

9 1 ins' 

1 and 2 bed'-oott) apivtineats. Win- 
ter or yearly rates. 1 block frojn 
Oceao. In tin heart of the beach 
Call 428-6713. 9 1 IFN 

1 bedroom, oarptted, «u--coiiditio6- 
ed. 310 45A Strert. CaU 428-a?87. 
Available Sef^tim Sth - June 
15th. 9 IWa 



Cavate' Drive, so8. 3 and S reaiti 
ftoiosbfd, Mod^ti. air- 
Yearlv. Call m-me 
or Uk 24S75. 7^jm 



RENTAL RtAL ESTATE 

111 Apartments Furnistied 



BACHELOR APAR/TMENTS 
From September 5 
Large studio living-lbedroom with 
full kitchen and dining area, 
breafciast bar, tiled bath with tub 
and shower. All linens, cuOKing 
utensils, dishes and utilities fur- 
nisned. Weekiy maid service and 
TV optional. 90 day minimum. 
Summertime luxury at winter time 
rates. Call 4284643. 

9 1 TFN 



2 bedrooms. Available Sept. Sth— 

June lat. Call 4^78^ after 2 pjm. 

9 1 TFN 



1 bedroom. First Floor. Private 
entrance. Gal ffi8^a42. . > 

8 25 2T 



2 l)edPOoms, living room, kitchen, 
bath. 516 20th Street. Call 428- 
2468. 9 1 TFN 



1 bedroon^. kving room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 blocks from beach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
CaU 428-4860. 7 28 TFN 

Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartnoent 
and funmhed rooms. Blo9k«. 
iioai Bus Station. By wedc o; 
month. 



APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. IVights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 

11 3A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



115 Houses — Furnished 



Cashier. Experienced. Year rourei 
employment. Appl)» in person on- 
ly. Black Angus Restaurant, 33rd 
and Pacific. 8 25 2rr 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Houses For Sale 



Wdfaiare Piantai.<Mi. 2332 Planta- 
ti«i Drive. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths & 
large den on comer lot. $21,900. 
Mr. DeHart, 34(^8591. 340-8311. 340- 
4871. . 8 25 TFN 



Wolffnare Road. No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms. 1 bath with car pert. $12.- 
500. DcHart 340«91. 340-8311, 340 
4971. 8 25 TFN 



PAWT 

SALE 

207o Discount 

Dupont - Sapolin 

DiHftRT 

HARDWARE 

60. 




REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Houses For Sale 



Knotta Island on Currituck Sound. 
8-roMn house— 3 berrcoms, two 
ba^,. living room. Kitchen with 
bar and dining area. Utility room. 
Hot water, baseboard heat, large 
screened porch. One 3-car garage, 
wie 1-car garage with attached 
greenhcr.ise and hunters room- 10 x 
22. with double sink and Ce^inets. 
Lot 180 x 175. Concrete Bu:idiead. 
Lovely shrubs & flowers. Owner 
asking $30,000. Open for offer. A 
lovely home to retire. Last house 
on left on Cassin Point Road. 

Murphy Realty Co., 428-3090. No 
answer, 428^690. 

8 4 TFN 



REAL BTAtt FOR SAU 

l u rw>use> t'Of Sele 

3 and 4 bedro<Hn.. 2 oath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing ava^aHli Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 4pf7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. i4»tfa 

125 Lots For Sale 

IrACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2'ii 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 340^11, 3^04971, 
340^591. 3-31-tfi> 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 

ilKlcil AlKlioIlrcl ■ \|iniill--^ 



side. 114 65i.h street. 3 bedrooms. 
$150. All utilities furnished. Apply 
at rear or caU collect., Richmond. 
2a»aa77. 8 251^?^ 

115A 

Houses Unfurnished 

Lynnhaven Colony - 3 bedrosm 
brick ranch on deep water chan- 
nel. Fenced yard. 35 foot boat 
dock. Near Oceana, Fort Sory, 
Little Creek bases. Available S^ 
tember 15th. Call 464.17B7. 

9 1 TFN 

Ml brick, 3 beorooms, 1"^ baths, 
large living rcxMn, dining room, 
large built-m kitchen, l>i garage. 
Has large est^lished yard. Locat- 
ed in Princess Anne Plaza within 
walking distance to shopping cen- 
ter and school. Call 587-7925. 

8 25 TFN 

116 Business Places 

ForJtent 

3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, tieautiful, twc 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 340-8061 or 3403805. 

12-9-tfD 



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l-.'sl.ili' Li(|iiiil,'iti<>ii'-, tii'ii' 
lii.il, Itcnl ISliili'. IikIii i.il 
S.llrs. M\.-,-tlni 



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DAT SCHOOL ANo NIGHT SCHOOL 

BEGINS: SEPT. 26. 1966 

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• EXECUTIVE SECRCTARIAL 

Ciwese e fiHnre h AeceiratiHi er Secrttoriol Werfcl 
CewMS ore procHcel, coe be rapidly coMpletet. 

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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1 / 1 966 




JUNIOR VARSrry cheerleaders just had completed two 

rhca tU> caaM |dioto wiu snapped. Tired, but hapuy. 

a Biffles. They are Debra ^iaJley, Mary Snyder 

■ieaox. Beveriey diaacy. Harriet DeVita, Carol Eth- 

Mft, DeHf GinuMl. Patty Lidtenaa. Rrfiecca Martin, and ^athryn 



The Patriots, The Patriots' 



By Douglas Barnes 
VIRGINIA BESXSl — From 11 
ajn. until 3 p.m. recently in the 
intense b^ of a dear August day 
M were privil^ed to watch ISO 
jiouag ladks try out for the Jun- 
kr and Senior Varsity Cheer Lead- 
k^ Squadk for the First Colonial 
iSgh Sdmd. From a seat behind 
tie Judges we acarcdy realized 
the passage of time. 

ribe jud|M. faculty members <A 
the oewr hi^ sdwol, knew the 
pwtidpaats only by mimber; and 
iittiiig Bodo- the canopy of the 
fJtwiUraod Elementary School they 
judpd fairly in a professional and 
uobiased manner, lliey were Mrs. 
Jane Hafling, Mrs. Beverley Tdi-- 
Ok, liiss Laura Lee MeyethoHer, 
Douglas TiUberg, F. C. McCune 
(Adkliiral U. S. N. Ret.), Dion L. 
Medu Susan Carter and Mrs. Jan- 
tlt ndPti. • 

fhe judgii^ was on agility, ap- 
liearance, adjustability to defeat, 
pep, entbusiasn and academic 
status. "No girl can be a cheer- 
leader with a less than "C" ave- 
rage and should her marks retro- 
grade after election, another cheer 
leader will take ho- place". 
' '9^ gkls at a time called up 
ia onKCiAive numbers went 
(kno^ tbdr paces. Dressed in 
liKHts, fUfts. full skirts and 
iatjl 1UW bareloeited and sottvt 
la tinrie Aoqi or suidals— ahort^ 
Wiiai and ka^alrid. redheads, 
hruBtftes, brdwnettes and/or tres- 
ses of gold, they cheered, jun^)ed, 
di^fped. beot forward and back- 
w^^ aod turned cart wheels with 
tttle tfaou^ 4tf the heat. 

^litaysi. tliey aniled and each 
on»-an asset to any school— put 
into the cheers. Over 
-3ai differoit groups 
cheered: 
Pate-iots! The fast- 
, leiC team acound; 
1^ 'Patriots! The Patriots! Who 

Ott 4iar our Patriots down? 
fiu| ntAody. but nAdy, but nobo- 
:<^4Ia! , 
pome seven! Come eleven! Qane 
* ri|ffity, radcety, Sianty Town! 
^ihea you're up— you 're up! When 

yott'rriiown— you're down! 
When yau're up against the Pat- 
riots! You're upside down! Yea! 

iron graips of 15 contestants, 
ten jirls ware chosai in the mom- 
inJB^or the Juniff Varsity. In the 
all||ao(Hi ten were select^ for 
th^coveted Senior Varsity. 

Af the lunch break we a^ed 
■ome of theismiling junior Ioscts 
how they felt. Liz Wettstein, Karen 
Pladm, Dianne Gau-ryts (trans- 



fers from Kellamh Jenny Cald- 
well <a transfer from Robert Frost 
International at Fairfax, Va.), Li. 
sa Manolakis, Connie Ober < Azalea 
Junior High) and Holly Ward (Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior High) were all 
disappointed but were good sports 
and, said they would try again 
next year. Holly, a close runnar- 
up' said laughingly, "I guess ntjy 



Annual Cystic 

Fibrosis Fund 
Campaign Set 



The annual door-to-door cam- 
paign of tie Tidewater Area Chap- 
ter of the National Cystic Fibrosis 
Re carch Foundation will be held 
Sunday, September ll'th, Mrs. C 
P, .Andrew, Chapter President, an- 
nounced today (ft^-eS). 

She said that more than 8.000 
Vouunteers will make a house-to- 
.house appeal to raise fund^ for 
Cy?tic Fibrosis. The following 
breakdown by city was reported: 
Norfolk, 3800; Hampton. 960; New- 
port News, 1050; Portsmouth, 1,- 
280; Va. Beadi, 670; Chasapeake, 
500, 

Funds raised through the annual 
appeal help support a network of 
38 Regional Cystic Fibrosis Care, 
Research and Teaching Centers 
throughout the United States. 
These Centers have been estab- 
lished wiL'i Feundation assistance. 
Tliey are ]■: teaching hospitals af- 
fiUated with leading medical 
schools. 

In addition, contributions help 
finance a new coordinated Basic 
Research Program which was re- 
cently initiated by the Foundation. 
This program encourages eminent 




Standing like helpful sentinels 
in the rear of the gallery were 
Principal Mounie and asst. prin- 
cipals Browder and Game. Brow- 
der's 9-year old son, a replica of 
his fatier, watched, with dignity 
and apltHT.o aiid with no cc.nment, 
the entire rehearsal. 

After. the announcement of the 
winners— the Juniors by Mr. Keen 
and the Seniors by Miss Carter— 
Mounie addres-ed them, saying: 
"We are glad that no one selected 
had to be dropped because of 
grades. You are the 'male coun- 
te.-part' of the fcotball and other 
teams; wherever you go with our 
boys, you will represent our 
school and upon your .^^chool spir- 
it, your appearance, and your be- 
haviour, the image cf our new 
sb'iool will be enhanced, the Sen- 
ior Varsity uniforms and trans- 
portation to the games away from 
heme will be pakl for by the 
sdnnl. lAiss Cartn, -v^o conoes to 
us from North Carolina and who 
iwiU teach French wiH be your 
sponsor. From now until school's 
opening you will practke diligent- 
ly and decide amongst yourselves. 
the cut and style of your uniforms. 
Your uniforms will have the neu' 
colors of First Colonial— blue, gold 
and white. We want you to help 
.cur boys and our school fight for 
victory and I know the judges 
have chosen the right girls. Our 
first football game ]s with Prin- 
cess .Ann High School." 

We had heard rumors that the 
Fir^n Colonial would not be ready 
for the opening on time and we 



Obituaries 

MRS. LILLIAN BARNES BOP- 
KINS of Richmond passed away 
August 17 in Virginia Beadi hos- 
pital. She had been viaWng her 
sister, Mrs. R. L. Hudgins of 5» 
25ih areet. 

.Surviving in addition to her sis- 
ter are two granddaughters, Mrs. 
\ilene H. Hall of Richmond and 
Mrs. Richard A. Gaskins of Okla- 
homa City; two sons, Rflbert L. 
Hcpkins and J. Stuart Hopkins Jr. 
bath of Richmond, amrther sister, 
Mrs. H. L. Horton of Ridinwod, 
six grand rfiiWren and 11 gr^- 
grandchildren. 

Interment was in Hollywood 
Cemetery, Richmond, on Satur- 
day. 



Trumpet Of Ethibs 



iM-others will tease me about this!"' 'investigators in various basic sci 



ence disciplines to pursue studies 
wiiich may offer dues to the un- 
derlying cause of the disease. 
Such fields of basic sdence in- 
clude molecular biology, genetics, 
pharmacology and mucoprptein 
chemistry. Because of this pro- 
gram, many medical authorities" 
are hopeful of a control for cystic 
fi'arofis being developed before 
many more years have passed— 
perhaps, even witiiin the next dec. 
ade. 



DR. ANTHONY A. BIWKE SR. 
of 408 Mayflower Apartmenis, 
passed away August 5 m a bos|a- 
tal. He was a native of Peter*urg 
and a retired Norfolk physician. 
He practiced from World War I 
to 1961 when he retired. He was 
the husband of Mrs. Louise Ryan 
Burke. 

Survivors, besides his wkkw, 
include a^son Anthony A. Burke 
Jr. of Norfolk; a dau^ter, Mrs. 
Floyd W. Evans Jr. (rf Vu-ginia 
Beach; and four grandchildren. 



JOHN C. MALBON, 38. husband 
of Mrs. Vivian Malbon died Aug- 
ust 21 in a hospital. A native of 
Virginia Beach he was a son of 
James Malbon and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Malbon. He was employed by 
Troy Construction. 

Also surviving are two sons, 
Ricky Mklbon and Ronald Malbon 
of Virginia Beach; two daughters. 
Miss Lovannie Malbon and Miss 
Laurie Malbon of Virginia Beach; 
a brother, Harold Malbon of the 
Army; and four sisters, Mrs. Jane 
A. Land, Mrs. Velma Wilson, Mrs. 
Mamie Burse, and Miss Laurie 
Malbon of Virginia Beach. 



V^EtOOm KMCH - No one is 
(yiite mmci tie name cf the citi- 
■eM* ImmmI foimed last year for 
the PM CouDCft by Bev. Clayton 
E. Crigger, Chfurfnan of Character 
"sai Sfdiituai Educatini. It.has be- 
come ioiown ia The Pawl, The 
Citizen's Pand, Pand on Ethios, 
Ctiaraoter Devefopment Pand, to 
liM a fewr, but wilat has made it 
so popular is that it has dealt wiA 
rasa {MtMam, in red Ufe, in sn 
faooest, open w«ay. Last year the 
Pand appeared before approxi- 
mately 1500 parsons at PTA meet- 
ings in the Elementary Schools. 

During &e pMt year's experi- 
ence the Pioid noembers conchided 
tttat "iodivkkiai ^cample" [days 
the b^est pad in proper devel- 
opment of yaw peopile. Moral and 
spirituai values not spring up by 
j«5cident. They have to be nutured 
with care. Otr standrntl of values 
calls fw" character that will etiaWe 
the citizens of a democracy to five 
weU with themselves aod theu* 
Idkjw manbers. Pm-ents & teach- 
er are primarily respwBilde for 
ieveV^ag this kind of character 
in children. When these two groups 
carry out their responsibilities to 
the fuBest extent in the home and 
in a»e school, the WMwnunity itself 
wai be a better place for chSA^ 
to grow up spiritually courageous 
and confident. 

Tlie Pand consists of Dr. Robert 
Kelly, Diredtor of Elementary Ed- 
McaXm for the City; Mr. Lawrence 
A. Sancilki, realtor; the Rev. Her- 
bert' G. Hobbs, Minister of Haza 
Methodist CluHxii; Dr. W. A. Dk*- 
dnson, cardiotogist; and Mr. Phfl- 
Ep G. Denham, attorney: aaaA the 
Bev. Clayton E. Crigger, Vk:ar of 
St. Frands Episcopal Church, 



eerves as moderator of the Pand. 
Due fo the extremdy heavy 
schedide of tbe Pand mor^a-s, 
it wil make six appearances tins 
year to schools where it has not 
^ipeared. If you desire the Panel, 
caM the Rev. Mr. Cri^er now at 
94fr-We5 or 340^(164. 



Pvt. Bvewtte F. Hwton, son d 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hortan. 
leTS Iwfiana Ave., hM compjeted 
an ammunitwn ^rage oouree at 
the Anny Missile are! Mun^(»s 
jKhool, Redstor* Arsenal, Ala. 

♦ « ♦ 

Pyt. A&ert F. Hehns, Jr., whose 
father lives at 9B75 Oak Tmt. 
Drive, has completed a roik) 
"Course et the Army Trainii^ Cen- 
ter, F(Mt Knwc, Ky. 



Flower Show Set 



adced Mr. Maunie for a statement. 
His confident and decisive reply 
was: "We WILL open on time!" 

The selected cheer leaders are: 
Jumcr Varsity: Debra Bailey. 
Mary Snyder Baker, Sharon Bou- 
deaux. Beverley Chancy. Harriet 
' DeVita, Carol Et.heridge, Debby 
Ginanon. Patty Lakeman, Rebec- 
ca Martin & Kathryn Mercer. 

SenkH- Varsity: ' Diane .\llen 
Margaret Denning. Sharon Farm- 
er. Betsy Harschutz. Peggy Jen- 
sen. Connie Jones, .Merle Preston. 
Debbie Poslok Nancy Rydell and 
Kit;v Wvche. 



yiRGINIA BEACH — Chairmen 
who will serve an the various com. 
mittees of the Fall flower show, 
".Art Througii Flowers" to be pre- 
sented by the Council of Garden 
Clubs of Virginia Beach have been 
named! by the general chairman, 
Mrs. Arthur H. Gallagha'. 
, ^rs. Phillip Morris and Mrs. 
1 G. H. Hamilton have been sdect- 
1 ed to head the Artistic Schedule 
group wlif'.e Mrs. David StornxMit 
and Mrs. E. A. Hoffmeister will 
take care of Horticulture Sched- 
ule; Mrs. >Ialcolm H. Todd, Jr, 
and Mrs. Kenneth Treschow, Stag, 
ing; Mrs. R. W. Elliott and Mrs 
H. Ritter, Properties; Mrs. L. 0. 
Clark and Mrs. John W. Fowler, 
Artistic Classification; Mrs. M. K. 
Crockett Mr;. C. L. Owens, Mrs. 
G. A. Dawling and Mrs. Akn 
Campbell, Horticulture Classifica- 
tion. 

Mrs. Richard Dunaja and Mrs. 
J. W. Parretc, .Artistic Registra- 
tion: Mrs. Troy Brown and Mrs. 
R. E. Hewitt, Horticulture Regis- 
tration: Mrs. C. H. Grimsley and 
Mrs. „ Robert .^dams, ."Artistic 
Placement: and Mrs. Gilmore Til. 
brook with Mrs. L. L. Kee, Horti- 
culture Placement. 



Mrs. J. E. Davis, Clerks; Mrs. 
A. H. Culpepper, Judges and 
Scrapbaok; Mrs. Karl Stevens, 
Judges Coffee; Mrs. Horace Jor- 
dan, judges Luncheon; Mrs. 4ohn 
Getrige, Hospitality and Hostess; 
Mrs. Andrew Jdinson and Mrs. 
E. L. Byrd, Finance and Tickets. 
Mrs. Arthur H. Gallagher, Pub- 
licity; Mrs. James P. Quinn, Jun- 
iors; Mrs. Oscar Forbes, Awards; 
Mrs. Randolph Payne, Education; 
Mrs. M. J. Schwartz, Co-chairman 
and Secretary. 

Artistic Class chairmen, Mrs. 
Richard Dunaja. Mrs. Rufus Kig- 
ht, Mrs. Taylor W. Gray, Mrs. C. 
L. Ackiss, Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mrs. 
A. H. Culpepper, Mrs. John New- 
bold, Mrs. B. J. KendaD, Mrs. M. 
J. Schwartz, and Mrs. Richard Ed. 
wards. 

The .African Violet Sectron will 
be in the charge of Mrs. C. L. 
Herihberger and Mrs. Curtis M. 
Diggs. 

The show wiiich wll open to the 
puiblic will be held on Octobo- 1 
and 2 at Thalia Elementary school. 
Advance sale ticket price is 75c. 
Information about tickets may be 
obtained from Mrs. Andrew John, 
son, ticket chairman, at 497-1653. 




INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTAL? 



JARVIS..cKITCHIN 



3$f VA. BEACH BLVD. 



GA 8.7755 



E^ablishMi 1911 



JividenJ 
on all savings for 

the semi-annual 

period beginning 

July 1. 1966. 



anticipated rate per annum 

r . 



Home Federal 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 





NEW 

COLORS 

FOR 

YOUR 

FLOORS 



Armstrong 

EXCELON 

PLASTIC 

FLOOR TILE 



You'll be amazed bow nnid) 
prettier your -home can be by 
addmg color to the floors. We 
suggest Excehm Tite. Because 
it is made ai ''inyl plastk and 
asbestos, the Mlors ace clearer, 
brighter, and h>ng laiting. It is 
availaUe in straight grain, 
ipatter. and Oes^ers stjilings. 

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a lot and always uses the last drop 

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you'll never have 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THl>RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 2 SECTIONS - 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY: lOr; BV A/IAIL $3.50 PER YCAR 



$7 Million Bond 
Issue Is Ready For 
City Council Mon. 

VIRGCNiIA BE] r.H-City Manager W. RusssJl H^tchett will preren! 
a $7 million bond issue to Virginia Beach City Council on Monday and 
requeirt that Council aik the Court to call a referendum to be held on 
the General Ellection day in November. 

TiAo-and-a-haii million doHars in fee bond issue is eamnarksd for 
£'ch:cls, to include purdiare of 



school sites, fundis for ccmokting 
current construction, partial con- 
struction funds for two fulure sec- 
ondary sdiools and fund^ for the 
cnstrLCtion of a new elementary 
school at Lynnhaven ar.d Holland 
Reads nsar Princess Anne Plaza. 
For the bureau of Buildings and 
Grounds, $2,800,000 is inc'uded in 
the bond issue. Th« largs 1 si.gle 
amcuTit of that figure u I'Vt and a 
h:.!'.' mi'licn far first stage cm- 
s'.ru:'.;on funds for a naw Munici- 
ipal r urt bui'dlng. Circuit Court 
renvaf.nn, Prin:^Si Anre Fire 
Station, Council chan "jers and Ad- 
ministration Building, Public 



Beach Men's 
Club Plans 
Beautification 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Chesa- 
peake Beach Men's Ckib will spon- 
sor a program on Thursday eve- 
ning, September 15. 195S, at 8 
P.M. at the Chesapeake Beach 
Volunteer Fire Etepartment Sta- 
tion on Pleasure House Road, 
Chesapeake Beach at which the 
progress being made to eliminate 
urban blight thru beautificatian 
will be illustrated. 

^^. mik^ wbich has been done 
by the locaPgiffden dubs, civic 
leagues, won>en's clubs, business 
association, individuals and the 
City will be illustrated by the use 
of slides showing "before" and 
"after" pictures. A film supplied 
by the State Department of Can- 
servation and Economic Develop- 
ment entitled "The Crisis in Beau- 
tification" will further indicate the 
need for continued efforts in beau- 
tificatkw. 

A short talk will be given by 
Colunel Viner, representing the 
Va. Beach Beautification Commis- 
sion who will tell of the work 
which has been done thru local 
efforts. 

The Grarden Clubs, Civic Leag- 
ues, Women's Cliixs, Business & 
Professional Clubs and general 
public of the area are cordially 
invited to attend this meeting and 
see the results of the efforts they 
have put forth during the last 
year in beautifying their City. 

The meeting is a piAlic service 
being rendered by the Chesapeake 
Beach Men's Chib for which there 
wiU be no charge. 



Worses Building, WelCare BuMng, 
and the improvement and acqui- 
siUcn of necassary sites. 

Other fiBids are earmarkad for 
the cinstruction oi. a Central Com- 
mur.icaticns Building and Piaza 
Volunteer Fire Dgpaunent in 
Princess Pc.n& Plaza ($120,OCO). 
A'!: 3 inc'uded in this .section is 
rr.onsy for a new library Jbai'.ding 
in Bay::id3 (ITifoOO). 

For th; Department -if 'Public 
Wrrks, 5i.48,CiO is Lchtdulei to gc 
toward th2 purchase of nev high- 
way equ'-ment, $33 000 to u ban 
street construction. $132,400 to rural 
read const; uction, $.'3,CC0 for im- 
"nvsmms tn Virginia ■3:ach 
"'ru'ev3i'd. $27,000 for rciacament 
cf tinrber bridjes, $25,000 f3r new 
street additions, $10,500 for d:ain- 
.gi in-orovemer.ts and $535,700 
f:r acJiit'cnal requirements for 
oiiher mapr highA'ay iirrrove- 
ment? on Rentes 60, 22^ and 590. 
Th? tct'l fcr the Department of 
Pi'blic Work.siBureau of Highways, 
Streets and Bridges is $1 ,000,600. 

An acMitional $700,000 is ear- 
marked for acquisition and devel- 
opment of numerous park projects 
cf the Department oi Parks and 
Recreation. 

The actual publication of the 
prcjects to be included in the 
new bond issue and ^J»e released 
total figure ends speculation oan- 
ceming the price tag aiid «xmA 
"^jecte. 

City Council is expected to act 
favorably on Monday on the City 
Manager's proposal and pa-s the 
request on to the Court?. Court 
a croval is also expected to be 
'arthcoming in time for the bond 
issue to be included' in the voting 
in November. 

The bond issue, called excellent 
and ambitious by many, is expect- 
ed to receive vote approval. 



YDC Meeting 

Ttie next nieeting of the Virginia 
Beach Young Democrat Club and 
The Princess Anne Young Demo- 
crat Club will be held jointly at 
the Americana Motel Lodge, in 
the Cape Henry Room, on Sep- 
tember 14th at 8:00 P.M. 

Mr. Sidney S. Kellam will be 
the main speaker of the evening 
and plans will be made for the 
campaign this fall, according to 
Ned Caton, Presidojt of the Va. 
Beach YDC and Bob Harrii^on, 
of the Princess Anne YDC. 





LABOR DAY WAS SLACK 



sUNBATHERS flocked to Virgliita Beach for the laft day of the tourist tea;on. By noontime the beaches 
vere already crowded and more fun seekers were on the way. (Sun Photo by Moore) 



Resort City Ends j ; 
Largest Summer 
Ever On Record 




ViRGIX'A BEACH-The Labor 
Day Weekend brojgint t3 a close 
the be' t Virginia Beach tourist 
ssascn on record. Those iiotels 
and mot:k still open, however 
.till remain packed to the limit. 

Many parsons along the beach- 
front a-e quick tj pjint out tliat 
he nationwide a'rline itrik3 had 
.nucin to ij with the sjccess of 
th? s:2-on in the world's largtst 
.-esLrt city. Virginia Beach is with- 
n 3 Dn.'djy Irive of rome of tine 
largest cities in t'le United States. 

S:o.t Sicrling. President of the 
Virginia Beach Innkeepers Asso- 
ciation reported that most of the 
bsach hotels and motels were full 
ail i^.i time despite the addition 
of 350 units after last year's sea- 
son. 

r*uring the sianmer families 
were turned away daily from Sea- 
■hore St2te Park. J. C Killinger. 
Superintendent of the park, said 
it get S3 bad that his people had 
to turn away as many as 100 fam- 
ilies a day away from the park. 
Killinger added that 250 additional 
campsites will be i added for next 
year's season and I it will remain 



open year-round. 

SiCrling said several plans are 
before the City Planning Com- 
mission to help make next sum- 
mer even more successful, but 
•aid nothing e^M really be djne 
until the tight money situation is 
relieved. Sterling said additional 
parks, parkways and posvibly a 
r.ad down the Viiginia Outer 
Barks to North Carolina would be 
a great help. 

He pointed cut t.hat a road con- 
necting Vu-ginia Bea::h with tiie 
North Carolina Outer Banks wouU 
mak3 the tourist trade a year- 
round bjsiness . 

Altholigh too early to compute 
tlie amount of business done in 
Virginia Beach during August, 
July shewed a 14% per cent in- 
crease over last year. 

Many of the resort city motel 
owners are preparing themselves 
for a busy fall season as well. 
Many convention are booked at 
the Cavalier Hotel and the Virgin- 
ia Beadi Civic Center. 

The sununer season ended, how- 
ever, with crowds betow normal 
for the Labor Day week^id. Ckw- 



dy skies and the threat of rain 
had a lot to do with keeping the 
sunbathers at home. 

Several motel owners thou^t 
mat the possibility of a hurricane 
moving into the area had a lot to 
dj with Jailing the turnout. 

More than a few of the tourists 
left early Monday far that kog 
trip back Lome. 

Su.'iday wa.s reported to be tlie 
busiest day on the beach siwfii 
t.i€ Fourth of July. Tiousands 
ficcked for one last fling in the 
surf and on the sand before schoid 
started again. 

Tiiere was a /noted drop in pM» 
pie and cars Tuesday. Atlanta 
Avenue was once more a cleV 
street. ¥• 

As Tje-day rolled around, Urn 
lifeguard staff was cut in half add 
the beach umbrellas, chairs aiil 
air mattresses were stored aw^ 
for another year. 

The only thing the end of tHte 
tourits season didn't effect wift 
the surfing areas. They were, as 
U5ual, packed to capacity 1^ 
beach students who were playing 
"hockey" while the surf was up. 



LABOR DAY was the last day for the operation ot Ssaside Amusement Park. (Sun Photo by Moore) 



HAiTIMSSB ffi a flnt day at idMol for tevada Setf . May jma^m 
ta ?lr^ia Bmi* (m^ ^ "UM Joy '^^'^ «*«i •^Mw' epoed. 
tken waa. hswerer. aaetimr aUe to Ifce itory. M paiated mA ^ Nidde 

Mi the ntam le utIMt tRW« mhI tte Hw. (Sn Staff Pheto) 



Honored By 
Committee 

VIRGIMA BEACH- The Agri- 
culture Committee of the Virginia 
Beach dianr.ber of Corftmerce met 
at the Pine Tree Inn c-a Aug. 23 
and honored Mrs. Louise Cope- 
land Lee for her 25 years of out- 
standing work with 4-H Clubs in 
Princes Anne County and Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Folkwing the invocation by Au- 
drey Widgeon, Mrs. Lee was lau- 
ded by past and present 4-H mem- 
bers who have known her leader- 
ship. 

Among those attending at Uie 
honors banquet were Clark Flem- 
ing. Pat Bridges, Howard Jonesjk 
Curt Payne. Bob DeFord, Jdui 
Lippincott. Mr. and Mrs. W. w! 
Oliver V, Mr. and Mrs. John W. 
Potter, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mid- 
gett, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stutz- 
man, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. .Saw- 
yer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. 
Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Frost, 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tebault, Mr. 
and Mrs. E. R. Cockrell, Jr. and 
Mr. Elgia Easter. 

(Nearly 40 other guests attended 
the function. 

After dinner Gl^ui MoClanan, 
one of Mrs. Lee's 4hH members, 
All Star and IFYE, presented Mrs. 
Lee with "This is Your Life". 
Glenn vividly brought many happy 
past experiences up to date. The 
quality of her devoted service was 
expressed in terms of the clubs 
assisted, members assisted, ac- 
tivities particy)ated in, State win- 
ners from her clubs, All Stars 
and IFYEs from clubs which she 
hai supervised. 

Hunter Spence provided the eve- 
ning's entertainment at the oc- 
pense of those Agricultural Com- 
mitteemen who found that they 
could not sing. 

Dick Cockrell pre^nted Mr*. 
Lee a certificate aixj pin for twen- 
ty-five years of faithful service <hi 
behalf of the VPI Cooferative Ex- 
t2nsion Service. 

Ruth Anne Oliver, one of Mrs. 
Lee's present 441 Club membsrs, 
presented her witfi approfH-iate re- 
marks, a silver bowl inscrft)ed 
"25 Yean of 441 Service." 

Chairman Bob DeFord thai^ed 
the Special Everts Cbmmittee, ap- 
pox^td the folkwii^ Jumw Ste«'- 
ing Commtttee: Curt Payne — 
Qjairman. HowartI Jones, Bill 
Oliver, R. P. Midgett. Effl-1 Te- 
bMih. Ralph FTMt and 3<Am W. 
Potter and adjourned the meetmg 
at 9 pjn. 



I AT HOSPITALITY HOUSE 

Burgers Don't Last Long 



VIiRGlNIA BEACH— .Three a.^ea 
banks footed the bill during the 
Labor Day weekend and treated 
area servicemen to 1.000 hambur- 
gers. 

Algy Cohen, of the Servicemen's 
Hospitality House at 25th Street 
and Artie Ave., said First & Mer- 
chants National Bank, Seaboard 
Citizens Natwnal Bank and Virgin- 

DPWAJde 
Appointed 

VA. BEACH-iHerbert Dtigroo, 
46, has been appointed adminis- 
trative aide to the Director of 
Public Works, according to Char- 
les S. Kiley, Virginia Beach Di- 
rector. Tiie appointment of Du- 
groo, announced Wednesday, be- 
comes effective September 16. 

Kiley said Dugroo's duties 
would be to assist in coordinating 
the activities of the- Public Works 
D^>artment with other depart- 
ments of the City. The po^tk)n 
of adnrunistrative aide to the £)PW 
Director has not been fiHed since 
Kiley became Director a little 
over a year ago. according to 
Kiley. 

"'I m\ delighted to have the 
services of Mr. Dugroo to fill this 
position," said Kiley. 

Dugroo. who retired frwn tiie 
U. S. Navy in 1960 as a Chief 
Machinist's MMe, has been em- 
pkyed as a supervisor at Stan- 
wyck Corporation in Norfolk tor 
about three years. Prior to that 
time he was a sales representa- 
tive for DeisEl Engineering Cor- 
poration in Norfolk for ^>out thr.e 
years. Both in the Navy and in 
his present job he has been a 
maintenance specialiH. 

A Mas?acfcusetts native, D'Jgr:'i 
served eight of his 22 years in the 
Navy in Tidevater. When he re- 
tired, he moved to Virginia Beach. 
He and his wife and two children 
live in Carolanne F^rms, where 
he was president of the Civic 
League for three years and i? 
now vice-pres:d?nt of the League 
and representative to the Council 
(4 Civic Leagt^s. 

Dugroo saki he belie^^s Uamm 
between city dqMrtments Is quite 
necMsary in Virginia Beach. He 
added, "We are growing so fa^. 
we need aomeme for Do^onal 
oortact". 



ia National Bank contributed the 
neccisary fund> for the barbeque. 

The cogk-out also provided the 
servicemen with punch, coffee and 
cckes. 

According to Cohen, however, 
tfie han'.bargers didn't last long. 
He reported that more than 1,000 
servicemen used the new facility 
over the weekend. 

Busses brought men from Fort. 
Lee, Langley Air Force Base, the 
Navy "Y" and other installations 
throughout Tidewater. 

E^ch wediend sune organiza- 
tion will donate money'' to provide 
the se.*vicemen with ifood and 
drink in an effort to make tfieir 
short visit to Virginia Beach as 
pleasant as possible. Until a bet- 
ter form of obtaining revenue is 
discovered, Cohen said, the Hos- 
•pitality House will continue to op- 
erate on a week-lo-week basis. 

According to several persons as- 
sociated with the Hospitality 
House, the new facility has gone 
over big with servicemen, not on- 
ly from Tidewater, but from ac- 
ross the state as well. 

1W Virginia Beach Sua received 
a letter from a soldier in Vietnam 
expressing liis thanks for such an 
organization. PFXl Douglas Por- 
ter wrote "It sure was a nice 
fcekng to be able to conrxe damn 
and have some where to go. I 
sure did appreciate it" Porter is 
.stationed ^>out 20 miles out of 
Saigon. 




TRAFFIC eoming to VfrginUi Beadi was iM at congested as soapected. (San PiMto by Mowe) 



Faith Brings Lots Of Sand 



VIRGINIA BEiMM - Hurricane 
Faith never even caused the sligh- 
test stir in Virginia Beach. At no 
time was the suclh hurricane of 
the season a threat to Virginia 
Beach. She did not keep tourists 
away over the Labor Etey week- 
end, as did rne of her older sis- 
ters a year Cigo. 

Faith did affect Virginia Beach 
however, and much of the east 
coast of Virginia and North Caro- 
lina. She churned up the waters 
of the Atlantic enough to push a 
great deal of sand beachward, de- 
positing it close to shore. Unfor- 
tunately the distribution of sand 
is not even, and there are many 
holes. Bathers at Virginia Beach 
reported an uneven bottom and 
mmierous large-sized sand bars. 

Just what effect thess satxl bars 



and new saad vtiU have on Vir- 
ginia Beach is ^ unknown. Th«-e 
was speoilatMn that the bottom 
sancb would redistribute shortly 
and the atuatk>n would return 
lar^y to ocHinal. Others thcni^t 
it a blesang in di^uise since new 
sand was t^xxtght in ard eroded 
away. 



Park And Smile 

vnWHNtA BBACH-^Ilie day af- 
ter l.tbor Day, Mrs. Laura Lambe, 
head of the Laura Lambe Advo-- 
Using Agency, which hanUes tiie 
advertising and piAlicity of the 
City of Virginia Beach, was seen 
with a big smile on her face. 

It's for the good season we had," 
she saAA. ". . And I was able to 
find a parkiif; place Ms morning." 




STUDENTS STARTED 81 HOOL TiMday rt Firtt CcLmW High SAati ieapMc tke Im( thM Ow tmOms b 
Workmen wMi»d feirerWMy ^iitaf tltt adnai ito^ M wvmd Miqn pot 
(Shi PiMto by Moore) 



Chamber Says 
City Popular 

VlRGMiA BRACH-Officers of 
the Virgima Beach Chamber of 
Comma-ce r^rt a successful 
stay at the Canadian National Ebc- 
hibit held recently in Toronto. 

>AI Mailhes sptxlt toi days M 
Canada and repcKis that "Virginia 
Beach has a lot of fans there." 

Tht Exhibit closed Labor Day, 
but not before more than 3.000.0QO 
people visited the show. 

Virginia Brach was not otriy id- 
forded a booth at the Exhibit. 
Mailhes sad they also had a dis- 
jrfay window on one of the main 
streets d Toronto and representa- 
tivis from the "WorW's Largest 
Resort City" aj^eared on a Can- 
adjan television show and were 
asked to discuss the city. 

The Canadian National Extrbit. 
featured as the largest expositkm 
in the .Americas is not the only 
show the Qian^ will attaid Uiis 
year. Each year, representatives 
from the Ch3flr.bar travel all over 
the United State* and Canada ta 
?rom^ t^Hirisn here. 

Mailues said Virginia Beach al- 
waj^ receives a warm welcome 
at the CNE, but this year was 
outstanding, 'IlH3usat)d3 k persoa* 
ftocked to the Vir^^nia Bead) 
bcaU) iuring the ^ow, MailMK 
said. 



HRROA To Meet 

VIRCaNiA BE.ACH-The 
(oa Roads Retired Offices 
ciatkx) wUI meet Sept. 1 
Oceana Naval Ak Static 
cer's dub. "The me^iiig i^ 1^ 
gia at 13 noon irttt a aocW Imk 

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SENATOR A. WILUS ROBERTSON reoeivet a gokhm iMrwshoe and honorary life member- 
In Oe reccnfly Mfuteed Araorican Sodeiy of (he Golden Horseshoe, from Lt. Robert H. Guy 

•f Lyndibiirg, VtaigiiiJa Division President. A.»o present at the ceremony, last week, Ja Robert, 
office were U. CoL W. Glenn £Uiott VASG,^Ret. (second from left) of Vlrgtaia Beach 
■ wi-rt «f the or^aniiation. aad Lerfai Nock Davii of Richmond, secretary of the State Board of 
Pvfmt tt the •rsanizatioa is to promote patriotism, urge ev«7 one to fly the American flag 

•cad taoL free" dfarettei free to our fi^ttag men in Viet Nam. 



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STORE 

EVEAYTHING 
MUST GO! 

INCLUDING FIXTURES 

OUR NEW PEMBROKE MAIL STORE 
IS NOW OPSN - WE MUST VACATE 

AU SUMMER STOCK DRASTICALLY REDUCED 

toe! Save! Save! 

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New Citizens 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Mar- 
shall of Camp Spring, Maryland, 
announce the birth of their first 
chUd, a son, on August 17 at 
Providence Hospital, WaAington, 
D£. Mrs. Marshal] is the former 
Miss Eleanor D. Fisher, dauber 
of Mr. and Mrs. arshaU J. Fisher 
of Virginia Beach. 



DAV Meets Thurs. 

VIRGINIA BiE.\CH- Disabled 
American Veterans, Chapter No. 
20, will meet at the Scott Mem- 
orial Methodist Church on Ttiurs- 
day, September 15, at 7:30 p.m. 

All monbers are asked to be 
preesnt for a report on the Forget- 
Me-Not drive. 



J. C tmEAT 
.\ND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK FXCHANOB 

IS ^LDEN ARCADE 
NORFOLK. VA. 

PHONE MA 5-4281 



For 0ctl&2 

VliRCINIA BEiACH- Nature'! 
b?8u^ nurtured by tfie t;ardenav 
of ti« CouDcil of Gardoi Qubs of 
Virginia Beach, sM niterpr^ve 
artistic designs will be di^layed 
at the FiOwer Show, "Art Tlirough 
Flowers" to be beid at the Hialia 
Elcmaitary School on Octcbor 1 
and i. 

BeaiAy for beauty's sain is the 
purpose of the show; all proceeds 
going to continued beautlflcation 
of Uie Vicgiaia Beads Hoiikital aad 
other beautincatica injects in the 
Vli^ida ^ach area. 

•n* Artistic and Horticulture 
classes are apeoed to members of 
Uie Council. Mrs. L- 0. Claric and 
Mn. John W. Fowlo- wiD serve 
on the Artistic CSassfication Ccan- 
mittee. 

Specja HorticUture classes for 
Rare ^oi Unuaial Shrubs mi 
Plants wfll be opej to non garden 
club members and professional 
growls. 

•Tlie shofw win be i^ea to the 
pubBc on Saturday, October 1. 
3:00 t9 9:00 pjn. and on Sumby, 
Octcfcer 2, 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. 

Arrowhead GC 

Ibe Ammtead Ganko ClUb has 
seleoted tiie yard of Mr. ft Mrs. 

R. A2)recht, oaoi N. Pawnee Rd.. 
» the Yati Of Hie Month. 

Rimno-SHip were: Mr. & Mrs. 
W. T. Ixkicwicz, 5604 Cayuga a., 
Mr. k (Mrs. F .B L-angennan, 401 
Ramapo iCt., ami Mr. & Mre. J. 
'W^ottermeyer, 5713 Stsquehanna 
Dr. ^^ 

Qmks J. Hayes from Cavalier 
H^Mraery headed the panel of 
ju<^. Other judges were Mrs. 
Parker Black, new Qvic, Beauti- 
ticatiMi and Anti-Litter Ohaimian; 
Mrs. ^. P. SteinfieM. Judging 
cbaiiman; and Mrs. Wiffiam M. 
Austin, President. 

In reoogmtion ci Oeir efforts 
to heSp beai^y Oieir community, 
the Arrowhead Plaque vj^as presentr 
ed to Mr. & Mrs. Albrwht to be 
displayed in thar yard tor the 
month of September. 

On the last day of each month, 
judges of the Club meet to select 
a deferent yard. 

The Club will have a workshop 
with the Hermitage Garden Ckt 
Sept. 13 4 14 at 7 p.m. at the 
Kemp^viMe Comnxmity Building. 

A Rumm^e Sale will be spon- 
sored by the Cub on Sept. 17 from 
7 ajm. to 3 p.m. in front of the 
Be-fLo Supermarket in Kempsvilte. 

Residents in Arrowhead inter- 
ested in joining the OhJb may con- 
tact Mrs. Fred Stockton, Mem- 
bership chairman, 497-2976. 



P^rt^ JLine . . , By OLCA EDWAkDS 



Text and phota by 
Casaandra, Gueit Writer 

We have bsen covering the ven- 
erable Virginia Beach School 
board meetbigs for a year or 
more, and always the report must 
be factual and "hard news" only; 
what a weksame chan^ it is to 
write about a Oaluxe Breakfast, 
given by the. School Board, hoa- 

Princess Anne WC 

VBGTCl\ iBEAOH — The firrt 
meeUn^ of the 1933-S7 season of 
Th3 Prir«e» Anne Wcman's Z'xb 
d Virginia Beach wi3 be held at 
11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Septcnr-bar 
13 at the Pine Tree Inn. Mrs. 
Geaiige L Aklridge wiS ipreside. 

CCii) Institirte Chairman, Mrs. 
Rcbin H. Owen, is progran chair- 
man fw the September meeting. 

Mrs. Owen wi!l introduce to a 
few aDd'{H«:£ot to many Mrs. 
Giles Crovwkr Engledove cf Rich- 
mond. Her subject will be "TTiere 
is No (^^t^tUute For Action." 

Mrs. Engledove is one of the 
few women whose civic woik has 
roedted €<fit«rial commaidaticai 
in tt^ daSy papa* of her home 
cUy. She has served as Prraident 
of the llioinas Jefferson Woman's 
Clcb. From 199»-I934 she served 
as Second Vice-President, Firs* 
ViceFresident and President of the 
Virginia Federation erf Women's 
Clubs, and as President of the Par- 
Bmaitai7 Law Club ■>! Richsnond, 
Virginia froni 1954-53. Mrs. Engle- 
ctove's citatiops include a listing 
in "Who's Who of American Wom- 
en" (19eM5)-(ffi^) and "Virginia 
Lives" 1964. 

Music for the meeting will be, 
provided by Mrs. Marjorie J<mes 
Braney, contralto. Mrs. Aubrey N. 
'Hdknes is music chairman. 



Fall Schedule 

LYNINHAVEN— St. Francis Epi- 

scopi4 Church, 500 Rosenont road, 

announces the fall scehdule whiclt 

will go into effect Septftrber 11. 

8:00 a.m.-«oly Communion 

V and Meditation. 
9:30 a.m.— Church School. , 
11:00 a.m.— Worship. 
7:30 p.m.-JEvening Prayer and 

Sermon. 
5:00 p.m.— Junior Fellowship 
(7tii & 8th grades) 
6:30 p.m.-^nior Fellowship 
(9tti - 12th grades) 



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AFAFOW Coffee Set 

LrrriJE OREEK-'ae an^hfci- 
ous Force Officers Wives Club will 
hold a welcome coffee on Wednes- 
day, Septanber 14, 1936 at 10 a.m. 
at the Little Creek OfDcere Ck*. 

Planned prcgrarrw fdr tire com- 
ing year will be present€<i and 
members may sign up for activities 
that are <rf interest to them. Cwne 
greet old fri«ids and make new 
(8ies. 



Meeting Planned 

VIRGINIA BEACH-A semi-an- 
nual circuit assembly of Jehovah's 
Witnesses, sponsored by the Watch- 
tower Bible and Tract Society of 
New York, is scheduled Septem- 
ber 23« at the Hayden High 
School in Franklin, Virginia. 

Convention officials announced 
that 1500 delegates representing 19 
congregations in Southeastern Vir- 
ginia will attend the session. The 
group's ministerial activity of the 
last six months will be reviewed. 



ZJaulor V^urofid ^J4airit^lin^ J^aionS 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

Hair is the mos*-notk;ed tphysical feature Nature bestowed upon 
you. If you don't make the most of your hair, nothing elge really 
matters half so much. Your kwely eyes, your pert nose, your 
smooth diin — where wtn^d they be, without a frame of equally- 
pretty hair? 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 
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SPORT COATS 



* Sweaters 

By Lord Jeff 

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Spmt Shirfs 

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Vlr^iria BeMft, Viq^ria 




crii^ t}>e ^'-new teadiers at the 
Princess Amc High School Cafe- 
teria. 

On a delightful Indian summer 
mom at 8 a.m. last Friday, cars 
whizzed up the cb-iveway, deposit- 
ing young, pretty girls, goodto- 
to±-upon wdl groomed men and 
a scattering of retiring army and 
navy officers, enJoarking on yet 
another career— all teachaig for 
the first time in ttie Virginia 
Beach schools. 

Jerry BuUook, rushing to get 
her car started, was k'jig enough 
to let us ride with htr, and as we 
adjusted hat and make-up, dicov- 
ered that we lived in the same 
aparlment house. Jerry will teach 
art in Bp^'side High School. In 
the lo-'ig line waiting to be served 
as wa scvarai ed, whom should we 
spot bat our last year's classmate 
at Fart Stjry. Commander John 
Haines (Ret.) who made an A on 
our graduate Educatwn course. 
He will teach at Union Kenpsville 
High School. With bun was Frank 
Collier, an addition to P.A.H.S. 
wearing a closely cropped mus- 
tadie. 

Seated at the head (rf the Pi 
shaped tsfele were the School 
Board members, the Administra- 
tive StafJ, the Advisory Board and 
other educational V.I.P.'s. School 
Su;t. Frank W. Cox introduced all 
19 school actninistrators to the 
teachers, welcoming tliem to the 
area and t3 the school system, 
after Boafd menrb^r Sper^er Urtt 
had given the invocation. 

"This is the fastest growii^ sec- 
tion in the state, and the majority 
of the people who reside here are 
ecomxmically advantaged, and will 
not tolerate poor education," said 
Cox. "Last year in one school. 
We bad teachers from 44 states. 
People seem Jo like to live at tne 
Beach and to rear their families 
here. This is the 34th annual party 
and the 31st Board Breakfast. It's 
nice to have you with us". 

Among the brief speakers were 
Charies Amette. preskient of the 
National Education ol Cktssroom 
Teachers, Georgfe Ferrell, outgo- 
ing schoolboard chainnan, Philip 
Meekins, Assistant Administrator, 
J. J. Owens. Assistant A^ninis- 
trator, Ajm Davis, Director of 
Visual Education, Robert DeFord, 
George Lyons, Mrs. Paul Cousins, 
Mrs. Lee Kelberg, E. Bruce Mc- 
Guire, Director of Elementary In- 
struction, Dr. Charles Fletclier, 
and others. 

M.SS Louise Luxford, smartly 
attired in a salmon pink linen, as 
Cox said "dese» .-ed a 19 8"" sa- 
lute, for her cons^!?ntious place- 
ment of personnel." Her subject. 
"Listen, the Children Speak" was 
thought provoking. "Accept their 
attitudes a:id their concepts, and 
you, too, tan learn, " she said. 

At our table sat Gloria Shafer 
and Peggy Taylor dressed in at- 
tractive Fall cottons; they will 
teach at Pexbroke Elementary, 
as will Phyllis Ludford. Nancy 
Rollins will be at Hermitage Ele- 
mentary, and Susan Hathaway at 
.\ragona Elementary. Sherry Witt 
in a seeveless pink-sLriped ging- 
ham and Gaynelle Richardson, 
.wearing an Indian print, will be 
newcomers as English instructors. 

On the run, we caught sight of 
Principals Carrol, Helmer, and 
Boykin, Supervisor Elmer Tar- 
rall, Horst Seibert (who will be 
the only male on his faculty), 
Sylvia Wilson, Dr. Robert Kelly, 
Stephen Chippock and Harold 
Whitehurst. 

Summer begins to be boring and 
even frustrating to students with- 
out scholastic and athletic en- 
deavors. .And to these 353 mold- 
ers^of young minds, it was fun 
and fellowship, pride and antici- 
pation of rewarding work, as they 
ate a full breakfast of juices, 
scram'oled eggs, sausage and rais- 
in buns, the invited guests of their 
employees. It was a real Party 
Line! These teachers are ready! 



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GROtT STORES 

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MISS SHERRY WITT and Gaynelle Ridianlson were two of tiw pretty 
teachers of English who are new in the Schoid system. They are seated 
at the Pi-shaped (able qext to (he Schcxd Board, Admhtiitrative Staff 
and Supervtaon who wer^'^hosts at Oie breakfast Im- the 365 new tieadi- 
ers held last week. 




MISS LOUBE LUXFORD speaks to the new teachers after being In- 
troduced by Superintoident of Schools Frank W. Cox seated to her left. 



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INTRODUCING 
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TINTING 8 TO 10 MINUTES 

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By ALICE BREWER WHITE 



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Ti>.e Paris fashion pendalum is 
swinging Itim white to black, 
which nr.cans the "little b'ack 
dregs''— so long a tap favorits in 
any chic French woman's war- 
dr. be, is making a big come back. 
Pierre Balnia'n has revived black 
as a leading fayiion hv evening 
as we!! as daytime. 

• 

As a matter of fact, it is edg- 
ing out thg sa-pqwlar white which 
is fair enougCi. After all, black has 
been totally absent from the Par- 
is fashion scene for the past two 
years, ever since Andre Courre- 
ges made white the leading look. 
So the fashion pendulum swings 
from black to white, to white to 
black. 

The "little black dress" has 
taken a new look for Autumn- 
Winter VM with Balmain itie de- 
signer who introduced the change. 
His secr^ is the adroit uss of 
color paired with black. For in- 
stance his slim waistless sheath 
dresses in black crepe or wool 
jersey have bands of color ringed 
round the coUarless neckline. Bal- 
main trinvs black street suits with 
soft rings of sable or pastel mink 
or uses black collars and cuff; 
piped wi'ii narrow bands of color- 
ed fabric. Yes, even in fur trim, 
dor is used to give the black 
dresses and suiti a small new 
Icok [x the coming season. 

FUR AND GLITTER 

Designers are trimming the new 
cocktail dresses with all kinds of WITCHERY IN SATIN-Black and white and great all over is this iwg 
fur and gjitter, with everything p^^„i„g g„^„ ^y g^^ Bugnand for Sam FriedlWHler's FaU-toto-WfaS 

rmiV tteatlpun evS '^ ^»"'"^"""- ^""^ ^"^ '^^^ '"^ « '"'«*^ ^^^ to the floor. wH* 
e», metaiuc tnreads spun ever so ^^ j,^^^,„g ^ yj^jj^.^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^1^^^ ^^^^^ 



thin— like a spider's wel>— into ge 
ometrics and plaids. Russian sa- 
ble and mink, domestic or for- 
eign, will be most popular. Ex- 
ceptbns to this rule are black 



rica's teen girls spent more thaii 
388 million dollars on almost 
three-andna-half million pairs of 
stockings with each girl averaging 



oppossum and leopard used for more than 27 pairs at $1.07 per 



the hemline! Gold metallic net 
;ages over gold lame sheaths will 
be smart with the cages hanging 
ever so heavy with all kinds of 
glitter. Don't think it won't be a 
spotlighted seaam for the glam- 
orous After-Six Set this season to 

OMTie. 

teeSs stock up 
ON sqrociONGS 

At arty one time, the teen girl 
has more than nbie pairs of stock- 
ings in her drawer! True to her 
reputation as a fashion pacesetter 
she owns textured stockings and 
colored hose, too. All girls own 



pair." It's sure nice to know the 
unkempt look of bare legs with 



moccasins or wedgies is on the 
way "gone"! 

FASHION MEMOS: 

Ttie smart place to shop for 
men's toggery is '^Butch" Claits 
Ck)thing Chest which is cram 
packed with slacks, shorts, stuih 



Schools Opening Smooth 



VIRGINiIA BEACH-The busses 
rolled, the students arrived, the 
teachers were ready, ad the school 
buildings once more hum with ac- 
tivity. Ttie s^'hool year officialy 
began on Tuesday with an all 
time high of 37,000 pupils arriving 
to meet new teachers, welcome 
old classmates, adjust to new 
schedules. 



„ - „ , and lay the ground- 
socks, an average of more than work for another year of educa- 
eight pairs each. Knee socks arc Uon. Wednesday was the first full 



the runaway favorite. How do we 
know all this? Well, from a recent 
Seventeen magazine issue which 
tells that "last year alone, Ame 



day. 

Some confusion regarding bus 
schedules was normal but will be 
straightened out as soon as par- 



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Sportswear to 
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Comflete Wai drcbe 
fi-om tip to toe 



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"CtOTH/NG W/TH A PBRSOHAl TOUCH" 
Viilinia B*adi 



ents as well as stud^ts get used 
to the new-old routine. Minor dif- 
fkulties, such as lack <rf water 
and last minute construction de- 
tails, were noted at the new 
sdwpls but are being taken in 
stride by aQ conc«-ned. 

The new high schools, First Col- 
onial and Kempsviile High, are 
meeting the needs of the expand- 
ing population as are the newly 
opened Alanton Elementary and 

Kempsville Intertnediate. 

. — , — ^ — , .—^ ^ 

St. George Tucker AnwJd of tt>e 
Atomic Energy Oommissron in 
Oak Ridge, Tom. was the week- 
aid guest o(f his brother-in-lafw and 
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 
Barnes of the Mayflower Apart- 
ments. (He was passing throu^ the 
city from business in Wa^Rgt<Hi, 
D. C. and spent most of the week- 
end swimming and on fbats in 
the Atlantic. 



nkig men's i^l coats by StanJay 
Blackner, Byfofd s'^eaters with 
exciting cables and fancy knits 
and a complete range of alpacas, 
monogrammed ones are the^most 
popular. "Butch" tells us the men 
are now buying aH the "wild stuff" 
and enjaying t'lemsalves in so d> 
ing. They love the slacks made 
from women's gay plaid skirt ma- 
terials ('tis hard to sell a navy 
blue anymore!) and what fun it 
is to watch the fellas strutting 
their stuff in plaids. Men's cos- 
mantics, ties and other accessor- 
ies are also to be found in abun- 
dance at the Cki^ing Chest . . . 
Last evening (arid again tonigl^ 
was the gala opmng of the new 
Country French Shop of the Flor- 
ence Wilson ladies shop. Such 
fashionably dressed guests, too! 
We noticed stunning cojtumes and 
suits hanging on the golden racks 
with such labels as Oleg Cassini, 
Abe Schrader, Frank Gallant, 
Teal Trains, Carlye, Cameo, An- 
drew Arkin, Jerry Silverman and 
scad^ of otters. Pretty, vivacious 
Tucker Wilson, with a smile for 
everyone, was on hand to greet 
the guests having moved here 
recently from Boyce, Virginia, to 
be hostess-s-aleslady in her late, 
beloved g.andnother's shop. 

GIFT GOODIES 

We can't think of a nicer or 
more accepjtEble wedding gift 
than one cf those stunning new 
bcdrocm suites now on sale, this 
week at Wljlis Hilltop. Manager 
"Skee" Burns tells us tiiat there 
is a new ItaUan group, made by 
Drew, in pdished butternut wood 
that is dreamy. Also on sale this 
wedt are U>e good kwking maple 
bedroom suit«. Of course, scads 
and scads of h<xne accessory gifts 
are aliwaps to be found at Willis 
Hilltop! . . . The enthusiasm for 
Virginia Bsach is ao pronounced 
when you chat with Denton's Gift 
Shop owner Mrs. Helen Denton 
and is she proud of Denton's now- 
in-tiie-twenty-seventh year at the 
Beach! She's proud, too, of the 
fact that they sell American and 
Confederate flags for flying "out 
in front", llvey're priced at seven- 
fifty and live a piece. Denton's 
Atlantic avenue shop has a new 
diversified nautical collection of 
life-like w«ll pieces of fish and 
shark. Simply stunning. Here also 
are "the most" in penny savers, 
high cok)r and odd rfiapied banks 
of all sizes. Nice take-home from 
Virginia Beach gifts. At this same 
shop you'll find an enormous col- 
lection of those stunning Hallmark 
cards everyone toves to send and 
receive. Men dioppers all sum- 
mer, we're toW, have been snap- 
ping up gifts from Denton's ex- 
clusiveat-the-Beach lucite jewelry 
collectkm. Elegant designs in piec- 
es any Fak- Lady would enjoy 
wearing. Well, once you visit Den- 
ton's Atlantic avenue shop you'll 
want to take up permanent resi- 
dence there! 



University Of 
Scouting Open 

vaOINIA Ba\CH-A seven- 
week University of Scouting for 
adult Scout Leaders begins Wed- 
nesday, Sept-mber 14, 7:30 p.m. 
at "Tha-'ia Elementary School. 
Training sess'ons will be c:idu:^- 
cd for all Cub, Boy and Explorer 
Scout leaders in Virgn a* Bei-;'!. 

The National Council of Boy 
Scouts of America has set up 
leaders' training as' individual 
courses. The ui'oue "unVrrtv" 
however, will hold all levels of 
training under roof at Thalia and 
is;ue,each Scout Lsadsr a Bach- 
elor of Scouting Excellency De- 
gree upon ccmn'e" ion of the course. 

Cub Leaders' degrees require 
four sessions on alternate Wewnes- 
days; Boy Scout Leaders will, at- 
tend seven sessions, including a 
weekend camp; Explorer Leadars 
win receive their degree after 
four sessions. There will also be 
a single session to instruct moth- 
ers of Scouts on forming a Moth- 
ers' Auxiliary to assist Scout 
Troops. Two sessions • are sched- 
uled for Neighborhood Commis- 
sioners and one session for Assist- 
ant District and Roundtable Com- 
missioner's. 

The public is invited to attend 
the ope.Ting day session on Sep- 
tember 14 to find out what Scout- 
ing is all about. 



Branch Closed 

ViRGINIA BEACH-Miss Mar- 
garet Capps, Head Librarian, has 
announced the closing cf the In- 
dependence Blvd. branch library 
near Pem'jroke and directs those 
library patrons to use the facili- 
ties at the Windsor Woods branch 
temporarily. 

lAs a special service to those 
served by the Pembroke branch, 
she has scheduled the Bookmobile 
to make a visit to the Pembroke 
Mall Shopping Center every Fri- 
day, beginning September 9i The 
Bookmobile is not scheduled for 
any^Stfa Fridays, but will be open 
four Fridays each month from 1 
to 4 p.m. Patrons of the Bookmo- 
bile are allowed the loan of 8 
books per visit. 

A branch of Virginia Beach Li- 
brary for the Bayside area is in 
the preliminary planning stages. 



Thalia GC 

LYiNNHAVEN - Thalia Garden 
Club gave a coffee on August 31 
for its members and prospective 
mennbers at the home of Mrs. 
Donald Rhodes on Heron Point 
Circle. 

New manbers attending were 
Mrs. Walter L. Davis, Mrs. James 
A. Wood, Mrs. Oscar Self, Mrs. 
G. D. Walker, Mrs. R. W. Wool- 
dridge, Mrs. HaroW Riggs, Mrs. 
John R. Hopkins, Mrs. Walter En- 
glett, Mrs. Allen C. Watson, and 
Mrs. D. L. Van de Wiele. 

Do you do your fishing rdaxing 
beskle a quiet lake, waiting for a 
bite? If you do, take your Heart 
Association's advice: Don't over- 
eat. Let the fi^ do the nMling. 



"CITY rj'RxirrRR at corxTRv r-RicF.s" 

WILLSS AT HILLTOP 

CAMP 

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The 'T' Of it 



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The YWC\ hrs a, wonderfully 
planned schedile 'J events and 
activities for I'le fall. 

Regl3.rati:n for the fir:.l Ladies 
Day Out will be Se^tr-ibEr 13, 
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Cla-ses will be 
each Taesdjy with achievemr^nt 
Day on November ISlh. 8 week, 
at ^.00 with the exce:!tlnn A the 
tailoring course which will be $10. 
The classes will take p'ace at Le- 
kes Metiiodiot Churc'i in Kemps- 
ville. Bridge classes will be held 
at the Davis Corner Fire Station. 
Lunch will lie from 11:30 - 12:00 
noon. There will be a lunch per- 
iod at all locations. Bring your 
own sandivich— coffee and dessert 
will be- available. 

Registraticn for Ladies Day Out 
at Va. Beach will be September 
14. from 10:00—21:00 noon. Class- 
es will be each Wednesday for 8 
weeks. Achievement Day will be 
November 16. .'Vll courses will be 
$8.C0 except tailoring which will 
be $1,0.00. Classes will be at the 
First Pre:oyterian Church on 35th 
Street. Oil painting is a four hour 
class and will be $15.00. 

Bayside Laaies uaj Cut regis- 
tration will be Sept. 15. from 10:00 
—11:30 a.m. These classes will be 
on Thursday, Achievement Day on 
November 17. Coffee will bs avail- 
able. Classes will be held at the 
Baylake Methodia Oiurch, 2205 
Treasure Island Drive. 

Nursery Service will be availa- 
ble at ail locations for trained tad- 
lers and up to 6 years of agj. 
Motiiers will provide lunch for 
their children. The price is very 
reasonfdole: 50c half a day per 
child and $1.00 for a full day. 

If you're injerested in flower ar- 
ranging, painting, knitting, sew- 
ing, furniture finishing, bridge, 
saving your figure and charm, you 
should register at one of the 3 
locations for the YWOA Ladies 
Day Out. 

Fall swimming anyone? Regis- 
tration for all classes will be Fri- 
days Sept. 9, 16 and 23 from 1-5 
p.m. and Friday evening Sept. 16 
from 5-7 p.m. Where? 303 SOtii 
Street at Va. Beach. The classes 
will be for adult women. School 
age girls and boys (7 yrs. and up) 
on all levels. Classes will be held 
at the Cavalier. Although the first 
class doesn't begin until Septem- 
ber 26th everyone should register 
early. 

Read the Y Of It weekly for 
further information on our fall 
activities . / 

Jeffrey Helton of Cavalier 
Drive has been named to the 
'Dean's List at North Carolina Wes- 
leyan Collie, Rockv Mount, N. C 
He ^ a rising sophomore. 




MR. AND MRS. PAUL COMSTOCK LAVtS 
— LAVIS - EVANS 



FARROW - McGEE 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Townsend 
McGee Sr. of Lynn Shores Drive, 
announce the marriage of their 
daughter, Elaine Elizabeth McGee, 
tj George Horace Farrow Jr., sjn 
of Mr. and Mrs. George Horace 
Farrcw of Virginia Beach. 

Ti'.e ceemony took place Sep- 
tcn oer 2 in t'"° c'^a^*^' "^ T'^-i^ 
Lynn Baptist Church with the Rev. 
Rr'oert N. Wallace officiating. 

The b. -de is a graduate of Prin- 
cess Anne High School, and at- 
tended Kee's Coastal BuS'iness Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Farrow graduated from 
Princess Anne High School, and 
is studying electrical engineering 
at Old Dominion College. 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Comitodc 
Lavis of the Leather Pmpie*i' 

Siiop on 17th street, anoouace 
their marriage which took pilaee 
August 27 at 4:30 p.m. at Princess 
Anne Courthouse . 

Timothy Lavis was his tmi» 
brother's best man, while Cari^I 
Mehrir.g was a member of ttie* 
wedding party. " 

Mrs. Lavis is the former Misa^ 
Brenda M. Evans of Norfolk. • 

Mr. and Mrs. Lavis are msMa£, 
their home in Tucswi. Arizona. • 



Princess Anne GC 

VIBGIN'U BEACH -The first 
meeting of the Princess Aime Gar- 
den Chi? for this season will be 
held at the Cavalier Hotel on Mon- 
day. September 12, at 2:30 p.m. 

Hostesses will be Mrs. J. C. 
Addington and Mrs. P. A. Agel- 
asto. 



PROPER PROCEIHJItE 

All news Hems of genend m- 
ture (inchidiiig birtlw. imAt, 
engagemeoto, weddlags, dub 
meetingi. etc) MUST oetne " 
neOy to the VirfWil Bei 
Sua office via perMMd Mth 
ery. U. S. maO, or Ukjtam . 
&n|Mliote and glossy |irtats m 
larger Hum 5 x 7 «re 
aUe. No c<^ photos 
Desdlbie Is Moodsy at 5 pjn. 
before ptMktOm date. 



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The City of Virgirtia Beach made a 
fine move^when it purchased the large 
tract of land at Sandbridge for recrea- 
tional purposes. The Little Island facil- 
ity, what Kttle there was of it there this 
summer, proved to be most successful 
and well accepted by tourists and perm- 
anent residents alike. 

Plans &re not complete at this time 
cxwKcrning future development of the 
Park, but if this summer was any indi- 
cation, whatever facilities are added, 
there is a promise of a bright future. 
We would like to see this magnificent 
ocean and bay site developed to its ca- 
pacity with all types of recrearional fa- 
dtities, and we feel certain that is what 
^e city has in mind. We suggest no 
compromising on this project. We 
woi^ like to see excellent permanent 
feciKties, not a collection of temporary 
buildings. We realize this will take 
lime, but we also fed we have the 
flme to see this park developed cor- 
rectly. Unless times change considera- 
bly^ this area should prove to be dense- 
^ populated within a few years, and 
fne park will be invaluable. 

The prosJDect of reversing the amount 

• 

A Successful "^lUrist Season 

Just because Labor Day has come 
and gone, motel, hotel and restaurant 
operators in Virginia Beach do not like 
to consider the tourist season really ov- 
er. Although the activity has already 
slowed down noticeably they are look- 
ing forward to many con'^entions and 
confererKes and a good fall season. 

The tourist season just ended set all 
types of new records. More people 
spent more money in less time in all 
parts of Virginia Beach than ever be- 
fore. The tourist-oriented businesses 
qserated at capacity or near capacity 
all summer long. The prospects look 
good for next summer already. 

More new hotels, motels and restau- 
ants will be built here by next summer, 
ft is hoped. At present one of the de- 
terrents to more building is the "tight 
nnoney situation". There are several 
rwfw mqtds here this summer, and 
sttH rooms were hard to find. We are 
definitely experiencing continued 
growth in the tourist industry. 

The Ohasapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel 
definitely brought more people here 
this year, although that "wonder of the 
world" it having Its own problems. The 
OHnpletion of Interstate 95 from Wash- 
ington southward, less than excellent 
rcMds north and south of the complex 
in AAeryland and Virginia on the Eastern 
Shorp and in North Carolina to the 
south caused many woes, although the 
complex set new records in July for 
toll collection. The toll is also a problem. 
New "commuter" tolls are under con- 
sideration and possibly an overhaul of 
the foH setup is In the making. Al- 
ttKHi^i we do not consider the toll too 
H^icx what one gets, the amount has 
beeria problem. Perhaps swnething can 

ing was operated at capacity in 
Virg^ia toach tNs summer and next 
ywr the number of campsites will be 
c^^^^led. More boats and camping 
tf«iWrs wefe joM here this year than , 
fvar bofora. Iv^Wng "recreaHonal" 

hi'ihdft*^ <w« «hi^ly successful \ 
mmrrm $aa«^ fer Virtf nla Beech. We 
took fc^ward to *v«i greater heights 
i^aymr tnd m/wv y«ir in #ie futwe. 




of space there allotted to surfing and 
bathing is a good one. We believe that 
the surfers should have far more space 
there than do the bathers. The space is 
there, and we know that more and 
more surfers are appearing on the scene 
each year. The bathers at present do 
not need as much space in this particu- 
lar park. This is the ideal solution to the 
surfing problems that must necessarily 
develop. 

Whether two separate surfing areas 
there is a good idea is still debatable. 
It has been suggested that one area be 
set aside for beginners and one for 
advanced or experienced surfing en- 
thusiasts. The "beginner'' area would 
necessarily have to have more supervis- 
ion. But until the strong plan is devised 
to determine who can use which area or 
how and when one would graduate 
from one area to another, the plan is 
only in the telling stage. Perhaps a 
supervised test monitored by authoriz- 
ed personnel could be an answer, but 
at the moment we want to know more 
about the plans for two separate areas. 

As long as the City fathers continue 
to give much thought and planning to 
Little Island Park, we feel that this area 
can become our most valuable recrea- 
tional facility in the entire mammoth 
city. 

A New Educational Center 

The 1 2th of September marks an 
important day for Tidewater, particu- 
larly for Virginia Beach and Norfolk. On 
that date the new college, Virginia Wes- 
leyan, on the border between the two 
cities, becomes a reality. On that date 
the educational wheels will begin turn- 
ing for a small freshman class and a 
small faculty and administration. 

Not only does this event mean the 
opening of a new educational center, 
but it also marks the culmination of 
several years hard work by a large 
number of dedicated individuals. The 
road to opening a new college is not 
an easy one. ft is paved with difficulties 
and frustrations. A new college is not 
merely a collection of buildings, a col- 
lection of teachers, and a collection of 
students. 

The planning which has gone into 
Virginia Wesleyan is barely believable. 
After the site was finally chosen and set 
and the idea accepted, it meant a finan- 
cial campaign to be waged, curricula to 
be planned and perfected, buildings 
to be designed and constructed, the 
very best faculty and administration to 
be sought out and hired, the ordering 
of supplies and materials to be accom- 
plished and a host of major and minor 
details. 

All of this has been done, and while 
the buildings are few, they are out- 
standing. Although the campus is still 
much dirt and dust, the plan is prov- 
ing to be a good one. Although the fac- 
ulty and administration is small at pres- 
ent, there are representatives of many 
fine colleges and universities bringing 
with them a vast knowledge to pass 
along to the students. Although the en- 
tire plant is barely ready for operating, 
it is ready. And we at Virginia Beach 
can take pride in the new educational 
institution on our doorstep, especially 
one so beautiful and with so much 
promise for the future. 

We wefcome Virginia Wesleyan to 
our community and offer our full sup- 
port to all those connected with the 
nev/ college here. 




THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



Tbe Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tiainel reached a ne* high in rev- 
enues snd traffic during July. A 
total of 151881 vehicles traveled 
over and under Chesapeaka Bay 
on tie two-year-oW facUlfy, Wag- 
ing in $l.oe,583 in revenues. 

• • • 

Tne special tax jidrainlstrator 
for the city d Virginia Beadi re- 
cently rep-rted that special taxes 
on food, kKiging admissJoos and 
l>£ach equipmejA is numi)^ near- 
ly $50,000 ahead of Ihe estimate 

for the year. 

» * • 

Virginia Bead»'s City Saauner 
Playground r^orted on Au^^ 10 
a recard 11,333 r^istrations and 

174,604 visitatkms. 

♦ • • 

fThe City MaBnii^ CommassiiHi 
will hear applicatioois for 206 ap- 
artment units near Pocahontas 
Village aad a campii^ trailer 
parking area in kr&@oaa Viltege 
at its Sept. 14 meetii^. It will 
also hear a city appiicaticui to op- 
erate its new marina at Long 
Creek. 

* • « 

The Virginia Beach Chainber ei 
Canmerce's Industrial Develpp- 
m&a/L Cammittee has almost com- 
pleted work 'on a city industrial 
brochure. The tK<oc(iure, whidi 
will be tile first oS its kind pub- 



The 'Cohen Operated' Hospitality House 



The Hospitality House set up this 
summer in the basement of the old 
General Hospital of Virginia Beach has 
been successful beyond the fondest 
dreams of anyone. . . .anyone that is, 
except possibly Algy Cohen, the one 
man most responsible for keeping it 
all going so smoothly. Many people are 
involved in the project, including min- 
isters, hostesses, city officials, hospital 
board of director members and many 
others, but Aigy Cohen has been the 
driving force behind a fine summer of 
operation. 

Now the fate of the hospitality house 
would seem to be up to the board of 
directors of the hospital. It is hoped that 
they will find some way to continue to 
make the building available for the use 
of servicemen on a year round basis. 
Money, the commodity so necessary to 
the operation of the center, has been 
hard to come by, but the bankers have 

The Wide City Street 

The completion of the Virginia Beach- 
Norfolk Expressway will come in late 
1967 and it obviously will be none too 
soon. Each day Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard becomes more of a city street and 
less of a connecting artery. 

Within the next few weeks the erect- 
ion of a system of dual street lights will 
be turned on in the median strip of the 
Boulevard from Kellam Road to Thatlia 
Creek. In the evening hours this should 
light the area like the "Great White 
Way" it is becoming. At that point there 
is as much concentration of business 
and professional activity as in many 
other areas put together. With the com- 
pletion of Independence Boulevard (the 
first segment in December) and addit- 
ionaj development of unused land in 
the area, this location will be a mam- 
moth crossroads. 

The same thing is happening all 
along Virginia Beach Boulevard, from 
the city limits on the west to the ocean- 
front. The entire area is destined to be- 
come a mecca of business in just a few 
short years. Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
once a narrow country road from Nor- 
folk, through Princess Anne County to 
the Atlantic, will then be a heavily trav- 
eled four-lane city street, densely popu- 
lated. - 

We doubt seriously that the new ex- 
pressway will even make a dent in the 
amount of traffic, since the Boulevard 
is so rapidly changing its physical com- 
plexion and gaining new traffic. But at 
least it will be a more controlled and 
less hectic form of traffic. The residents 
of Virginia Beach will be glad a couple 
of years from now to have such a fine 
city street cutting directly through the 
heart of the city, and they will be more ' 
than glad to have a high Speed express- 
way to be used for through traffic and 
for the tourists. The two together 
should take car^ of all our needs for e 
few years at least. ' _ 



provided money, the United Fund has 
provided money and will continue to 
do so, the Ministerial Association has 
provided njorre^i^ and private citizens 
have provided money and time. In 
short the center has operated well on 
the generosity of others and can con- 
tinue to do so. We hope it will. 

With all the young servicemen in 
this area, we feel that such a hospitality 
house in Virginia Beach all year is an 
excellent idea. The interest was great all 
summer, and we feel the operation 
must be given a chance on a twelve- 
month basis to find out how much in- 
terest there is during the winter. We 
will venture a guess that the interest 
will be great and that attendance wiH 
be more than ever anticipated. 

Virginia 'Beach has come of age. It 
does not "c!ose up" on Labor Day. We 
need such a facility here. We urge the 
support of everyone for this project. 

A Very Smooth Operation 

The summer police and the Beach 
Patrol have contributed greatly to the 
smooth operation in the resort areas of 
Virginia Beach this summer. Both or- 
ganizations have done an excellent job 
and deserve much credit as they close 
down their operations for another year. 

The summer police force, composed 
of law students from a number of large 
colleges and universities, served along 
with the regular police force to enforce 
the law here and to handle problems, 
both criminal and traffic. We have long 
favored the idea of the summer police 
force, since there must be additional 
law enforcement officers in the resort 
areas to cope with the influx of tourists 
and beachgoers. The idea of hiring law 
students to do the job is in our opinion 
the best way possible of dealing with 
the situation. 

In all cases the law student-police 
officers have worked out well and they 
have performed their jobs conscient- 
iously. They have gained the respect of 
tourists and permanent residents alike. 
The Beach Patrol, responsible for pro- 
viding beach umbrellas, floats and oth- 
er beach equipment, also has a far 
greater responsfcility. Its members, 
mostly young high school and college 
age boys are the life^ards along the 
pubfic beach and many is the time this 
year and in the past that they have been 
called upon to use their life-saving and 
first aid skills. Without these outstand- 
ing teenagers the resort areas of Vir- 
gtrtle Beach simply would not be safe. 
With them, our tourists and natives 
have a feeling of confidence. 

The two groups have contribirfed to 
the smooth operation of the resort this 

[summer. We congratulate them on jobs 

JwfJI dorte. Many of the ind'i vidua! 
msfT^ers will come back next year and 

I we will be g^ad to wekome them back. 

[To l^«. others wf thank th«m for help- 
ing atvirginrafelach. 



lished by the chanbffl". will list 
an of the resort city's ass^. 

The Liberty House Nursing 
Home of Virginia Beach has won. 
accreditation from the Jbiot Con>- 
mission on the Accreditation of 
Ho:pitali3. The cononiEision sets 
qualifications simflar to ttwse set 
by the federal ^verrnnajt far fee 
treatment ol medicare patients. 
Liberty House is one <rf the first 
nursing hemes in the state to be 
accredited. 

* * * 

A Virginia Beach man received 
serious head injuries Saturday 
when the motorcycle he was rid- 
ing apparently hit a stre^ barri- 
cade at the intersection of Greiat 
Neck Road and Plantation Drive. 
William C. Sielby, 42, of the 100 
block of Canal Road was taken 
to Norfolk General Hospital. 

• * « 

A Norfolk woman, Mrs. Charles 
P. Levin of 4B0 Brackenridge Ave., 
who was injured by a surfboard 
while swimming at Virginia Beach 
has filed a 120,000 suit in Virginia 
Beach Circuit Court. Named as 
defendant in the case was Roy 
Is&man of the 200 block of 54th 
Street, Virginia Beach. Mrs. Lev- 
in's lawyer, Bernard Levin said 
the accident occured about 5:30 
p.m. Aug. 27. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Dear Sir: 

We are indeed fortunate t^ the 
Virginia Ccmmissifm <»: Outdoor 
(Recreation considers the prcposed 
Sandjridge Park one of "the mosi 
pressing in terms of vaiue to the 
State." In mycipinion, this wLl be 
the final opportunity • for our g&i- 
eration to ipresei-ve a magnificent 
seashore area for the pecple of 
Virginia, a shrine maintained ifcr 
all Americans to visit. To endorse 
a million doiiar investment in our 
llity, with an economic impact so 
great oj^e can only imagina its 
mz;gnitude, wcu'id attect the wis- 
dom or City Cwficials. 

Geo. Davis 



Dear Sir: 

The Nor Lynn Corporation, trad" 
ing as Tha En^ipress Motel, haart- 
iiy eadorssa the proposal of lihe 
Ccmmission of Outdoor Recre^ion 
for the SLate to acquire acreage in 
the southeastern comsr of the 
City ci' Virginia Beach for the m- 
tsbjshment of a state recreaitional 
area. 

With the vast increase in p()pula- 
tion in this and adjoLning cities 
and counties, recreaitional facili- 
ties are quickly becoming over- 
crowded. Even r.ow pecple are 
standing in line to use the present 
carr.ping area available at Sea- 
shore State Park. We believe that 
this wiU be an added attraction for 
tourists wanting to visit our area 
as well as providing public facili- 
ties for our local citizens. ICouW cur 
city fathers aliTord to miss the 
golden opportunity, whereas at 
least four million people would be 
visiting this area and adding sub- 
stantially to the revenue of both 
the city and state. Considering the 
rapidly rising real estate values in 
this area, it is highly unl&ely (hat 
an cf portunity such as 'this will oc- 
cur again. 

We hope that the City Council 
will wholeheartedly endorse this 
proposal. 

Yours very truly, 

The Nor Lynn Corporatinn, by 

Norman T. Cox, Pres;d:nt 



over. They don't care. 

I tried to give a small birthday 
party for my sister in June. Smar- 
ty gave the party, but no one 
would fight the tralfic from Nor- 
folk here. "Haven't been to the 
beach this sunr.mer", my sista-- 
inlaw said. This bumper to bump- 
er driving gets one home at ten 
o' ckKik at night. No sirree, sorry, 
but we go to Sandbridge for a 
swim. (I ought to buy a tot or two 
there, reaJily.) 

Also ifurriners from other parts ' 
gang vp in our poorer sections, 
a.nd raise the dickens. I am told 
by a young lawyer here, that 
there are so many "cuttings" 
(Straight razor blades, the ipopular 
weapon I that there aren't enou^ 
jails to hold them; except for one 
night. UmphI 

Now thait's a painful circum- 
stance, it seems to my feminine 
and untutored mind. Doesn't seem 
to add up, aohi if? Wii that de- 
crease said "cuttings", or not? ^' 
What's your opinton, IMr. Editor? 
We poor ignorant females like to 
get the masculine slant. I like a 
man's judgmmt, I always sa>y. 

Weli, ma; be the city is making 
90 much "touristizLng" we'U be 
able to get along with less taxes; 
build more jails; fewer MOTELS, 
and buy profperty in old Princess 
lAnne for recreation spots to lure 
the tourists way from our beautiful 
beaches: to a boxing match, or 
ba-xWl; or SOM'ETHWG. Lord 
help us to stay alive thro' Labor 
CiAY! 

• Sadly yours, 
Margaret Boykin 

P. S. J just stay at home to bs 
safe. 



Dear Sir: 

ARer giving all facts a prepon- 
derance of thcu^t, I heartily en- 
dorse the Virginia Commission on 
Outdoor Recreacion's proposal for 
the acquisition cf the south-eaitem 
comer cf the City of Virginia 
Beach for a seashore slate park. 
Not only would the natural pres- 
ervation of this area be another 
shrine cf our Virginia herilage,, 
one for Virginians and all mankird 
who wish to enjoy its fscilitiss, 
hit al it would undoubtedly have 
a great and favorE'jle inr^pect on 
the economy cf the state and this 
area in partciular. 

Our City Fathers, with iidjl- 
ger.ce and wisdom, have assisted 
to bring a belter Virginia Beach to 
the fore. New this proposal, an 
invention of realistic dreami^^, 
has great prtential. Why not gi%e 
rein, this lime too. to progress and 
a better wsy d lit ?. 

.\rd'-c'W T. Moore. Manager 

The Ivanhoe 



Dear Sir: 

We would like to expr^s our 
sincere thanks to all the City of- 
ficials, especially to Mayor Dusch: 
for Signing the Prcclamation for 
Forget-Me-Not Day. 

'Ar.d, of course to the News and 
TV media /«r their wonderful par- 
ticipation, as well as other organi- 
zations, such a» "Jcbs Dau^ters", 
Bay Scouts and other workers. 

James M. Rwnsey, 

Commaider Oiapter ■t>Io. 20 

DAV Va. Beach, Va. 



Dear Sir: 

We at Virginia Bewh (the old 
city. NOT the Princess Anne Cour- 
ty section I wiB draw a Iw^atfj of 
relief after Lcbor Day. 

TTw tourists ,c»hom we adver- 
tized all over the world fort have 
t£ken ova: cctn-letcly. H one 
^cold dasire to do mope ihcppfatg. 
one has to leave the house by 8 
o' clock to IM a parking rpace. 
Our beautiful beach resembles a 
large n)T3aper. filled with out-of- 
to*is folio who park their cars in 
resided' lirivtways or any other 
{daje thtf can tfaoi;^tl&>e,ly tsks 



Dear Sir: 

Last night I hearrf the new po- 
litical group known as the Good 
Government Association called the 
"auilaw group" by a man who 
lives in my neiglJ'jorhood. I was 
quite concerned and told him so. 
He added that he did not like to 
see any group of "vigilantes of 
government" set up with secret 
membership. 

I am certainly in favor d good 
govemmert, vhich I think w 
have n-M in Virginia Bead), and 
I am certainly hot againM any 
group that favors good govern- 
mcrt. although I must agree with 
my Bflglibor where secret mem- 
bership is concerned. 

As was pointed (Hit in your pa- 
per recently, Mr. Rhae Mams 
(president of the group. ED.) has 
been a successful Virginia Beach 
busincaanan. I would like to be- 
lieve tiiat his grwip is actitolly 
8^ up fM- its avowed piufose of 
watcWng ov«- grverament and 
inrjring the same, but if that is 
the only reasan. why RMttt the 
membership be mtsN^ I wouW 
nrt l.ke to beUeve that Mr. Adatis 
wwdd associate himself with a 
groi^) for any other purpose. 

V^lHl^Qi} S. McOmmt^ 



/ 



T 



Virgfinfia^ B6ach SUN, Thwsday, September 8, 1966 



Page 5-A 




CMME LOOK-Three of 25 wnion from Virgtola Polytedmlc InsUtute Schod <rf Architecture teqiect 
Georgetown-style design at $250 miUion Rossmoor Leisure World, located on 950 acres at Wbeaton, Md. Pict- 
ured are, left to right, Ray Rollins of FaUs Church, Ward Favillo and Gewge Burton of Virginia Beach. 
The group toured the all aduH conununity, had hinch and spent nearly an hour questioaing Assistant Pro- 
ject Director Dave Orem about special construction details m Aug. 24. The students were on a week- 
long excursion from Philadelphia to Richmond to examhie 'outstandii^' East Coa^ Communities, accord- 
ing to a college spokesman. (LWNS Photo) 



Forgef'M&Not Days For DA V 



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724 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD AT HILLTOP 

OPEN SUNDAY THRU SAT. 8 A.M. - 10 P. M. 



KORN KING STEAK SALE 



ROUND STEAK 
SIRLOIN STEAK 



CENTER CUT 



PORK CHOPS 



MAXWELL HOUSE 



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Why is Sealtest 
the butterhiilk 
to buy? 






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is a reason why 



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Buttermilk delivers that old- 
time, fresh -churned flavor . . . 
glass after glass after glass. 
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and tang and "bite" that you 
look for in buttermilk. And with 
Sealtest you get it ever^ time. 

That's the big difference in 
Sealtest Old Fashioned Flake 
Buttermilk. Goodness you can 
rely on . . . consistently. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Michael ICary My- 
ers and young swi, Gary, left Fri- 
Tday to make their home in Manas- 
sas, Va. Mrs. Myers is the form- 
er Bettie Kate Pace Cadieux of 
Vii^ginia IBeach. Mr. and Mrs. 
Georgfe Coles Davis, Jr. accom- 
panied than to Manassas then 
spent the holiday with her broths, 
WdlliMn Pace, and Mrs. Pace at 
their iwmmer home in Deltavilie. 



Text and Phote by Douglaj^Barnes 
VffiGINl.\ BEACH-The annual 
Forget MfrNot EWve for bisaCried 
American Veterans was hdd all 
over tile country on Sept. 2, 3, and 
5, when workers stationed at var- 
ious places of busioeas throu^mit 
the city, accq>ted ou«ir.u^ .». 
this worthy causa, and proudly 
gave the "small blue flowers of 
remembrance' in return. 

Another gesture of the apprecia- 
tk)n of the memhers oi Chapter 
20, DA.V., for community pr(>i- 
ects was, on Sept. I, to the Gen- 
eral Ifoisipital of Vu-ginia Beach, 
die presentation of a combination 
wheel chair and stretcher and a 
check to defray the maintenance 
of Uie appliance. Commander 
James M. Ram^y stated that the 
chair might mean "the difference 
between-life aiw death of a loved 
oi)e." 

At an impressive ceremony, 
held m the reception hall of the 
Hospital, Roy D. Cope, wearing 
his veteran's cap as Vice-Com- 
manded for the Virginia Beach 
group, sat in tlie chair, j^anked 
by the American flag and the 
D.A.V. flag, (the figure of Col- 
umbia conferring knighthood upon 
,a kneeling soldier) indicating that 
"the wearer was wounded, gassed, 
injured, or disabled, while serv- 
ing in the armed forces during 
time of war." 

According to Ramsey, John 
Barringer, preskient of Tidewater 
D.A.V. was unable to attend, be- 
ii^ oNifined to a hospiUd, but 
other dignitaries and ci^ officials 
were present to witness Samuel 
Feazell, Asastant Administrator 
of the hospital, receive the chair 
and the check. 

Mrs. Lula Ellison, president of 



the Ladies Auxiliary, and a for- 
mer W.A.A.C. (forerunner of W. 
A.C.); Chief E. B. (Bcbba) Bayne 
of the city's fire department; 
State Senator WiUiam P. Kellam, 
atid Albin R. Mailhes, Executive 
Vice4Pres. of the Ohambw of 
Oaranerce also stood near ,\ think- 
ing, perhaps, of General Douglas 
Maft'^rthur's remark, as he said: 
"Memiberiiiip in no group in the 
world carries greater honor than 
in ^e Disabled American Veter- 
ans." 



Football Film 
At Nike Site 

VIRGIiNIA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beach Department of Parks k 
Recreation would like to announce 
to all of its Community League 
Coaches and Athletic Area Chair- 
men, that a traming film dealing 
with the various rules and infrac- 
tions of sucfi, will be shown Sep- 
tember 13, at 7:30 P.M. at the 
Activity Center, 4400 Nike Site 
Road. 

The title of the fikn is "Know 
Your Football". This film has 
been used extensively across the 
state in connection with the pre- 
season training of many who are 
connected with the sport "Know 
Your Football" is a very infomia- 
tive and entertaining film. ,T^ 
Paries & Recreation ui^es aD » 
its coaches and chairmen to avail 
themselves to the opportunity that 
this showing presents. 





LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Ellison, Chief Bayne. Ramsey, KeUam, Mafflies, Feazell, and Cope in gift chair. 

(Photo by Cassandra) 



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New P67 Renault 
Restyled 

INORPOLK - According to S. 
Frank Blocker, Jr., president of 
Eastern Auto Dist., Inc., Renault's 
1967 economy car lineHip will feat- 
ure a new, (i-amatically restyled 
"•luxury economy" modd, the Re- 
nault 10. 

Tuhe new four-door, foiff-passen^ 
ger sedan is nearly a foot longer 
than last year's Renault 8, has 
25% more trunk space and is 
equipped with over 50 advanced 
eatfety • leatures including four- 
wheel disc brakes, impact-absoib- 
ing front end, pad^d ulterior, foM- 
dowB 9e^ which are included as 
standfMti ^ipment. 

Desplite its "big-car" roominess 
and ri(te, comfort arid convenience 
features and sports car perform- 
ance, the Renault 10 still gets over 
35 miles per galton. And is avaNi- 
ble in ali new colors for 1937. 

The new '67 Renault 10, along 
with the '67 versions of the Dau- 
rhine and Caravelle convertMe/ 
hardtep, will be on difiplay at 
iEas'tem Auto in Norfolk, Virginia 
on September 9th. 



A Royal Cup For Ron 



Film Offered 

NORFOLK— As a result of last 
year's successful promotion, Vir- 
ginia National Bank has purchased 
the iecond in a series of foatball 
films produced 1w the NFl.. The 
now movie, "Ke^'PIays vl Pro 
Football," wil be made available 
free of charge to civic, business, 
sports and youth dubs and other 
organizations by the bank. A "dou- 
ble-ifeature" program can be ai^ 
ranged by using last year's film, 

'Hew to Watch Pro Football," 
alor^ with the new one. Both films 
are 16mm, sound, color and 30 
minutes in duration. 



Photo and text by Cassandra 
VIRGINIA BaEACH- There are 
over eo Oce^fflfront Ufeguards 
working during the eunrmier 
mcxiths for the pleasure, comfort, 
and convenience ol the peopJe who 
swim and sun in and by the great 
Atlantic. The Ufntwella and Chair 
c(Hicession extending from 4th to 
4Znd Streets, is a hi^y oi^anized 
business owned and operated by 
G. H. (Dusty) Hinnart and Hugh 
Kitchin. Tliese gentlemen ^ve 
great thou^t to the Wring of tiiese 
young men. Generally college 
shidents, they are assisted 1^ 
younger apprentices, and eadi 
year Kitchin and Hinnant, (this 
year Kenneth Hiiuant was part of 
the judgii^ team, also) select one 
lifeguard to receive a gdd cup 
as the outstandii^ guard, and his 
runner-up. A helpful scholarship is 
also awarded. 

Before the Norwegian Lady last 
week, Ron Bugaj, from Wheeling, 
W. Va., a cCSege sophomore at 
West Virginia University, and Carl 
9ielton of Virginia Beach, 16, ac- 
cepted, respectively, cash awards 
and a handsome gold and silver 
cup as first and second winning 
men from the Virginia Beach Life- 
guard Patrol. Both boys are crack 
swimmers and performed meritcw- 
ious service during the sunraner. 



(According to Mrs. Thomas B. 
tlouse, with whom Ron Uved,, he 
also worked at Tiny Giant's Mar- 
ket, and "added a great deal to 
our family life. He was a hard 
worker aiid a perfect gentlonan." 
And "Dusty" had this to say aboi* 
Ron and Carl: "they had the 17th 
and 25th Street stations to patrol. 
(Both are hard posts. And they 
didn't let the bikinis overwhelm 
them either." 

State Senator William (BiH) Kti- 
1am presented the cups, and Kitch- 
in, a veteran bng distance swim- 
mer was also on hand. No drown- 
ings have been repm-ted on the 
iE':a:h this summer, accortfing to 
Kitchin and Hinnant. Ron and 
Carl, both natural Mondes locked 
Kke brothers. 

Pedestrians Hurt 

LVNMHAVEN — Five persons 
waiting to cross Virginia Beach 
Blvd. at Plaza Trail were struck 
by a car which had collided with 
another at the intersection last 
Friday afternoon. 

Most seriously inured in the ac- 
cident was Mrs. Conway. Neither 
drivers of the cars involved wsre 
injured. 



NOTICE 

Offk* Hems 

DaHy f A.M. I* « 

CLOSED SATURDAY 



REPAIRS 

White 

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NO APPOINTMENT 
NECESSARY 

Phone 
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Soon ^fter 1 900 the first .automobiles were {Men 
in Norfolk 

. . .Ihen H. D. Oliver had been serving Tiidewater 
for over 25 years. 

Ctkarbia Electrics, Popeillartfcrd Ga-oline Buggies, 
Loccmcbi'ies . . • soon b^an to ccwd the streets and 
by '1910 hundredls of autcar.r'iacs were in use. In those 
years >tori*t;ik h>oked to H. D. C"iver for the mcst 
dignified ar.d reacted hari'.irg rf h-jri-1 and funeral 
needs. Now more than a half ccntu-y lalcr H. D. Oliver 
is stilJ relied upon for diese vilel ssrviccs. A modern 
second heme at Virginia Beach ar.d experienced ca^rb'e 
staffs enable H. D. Oliver to 1.'. every need ard hand!? 
every detaU with care. CaH on H. D. Oliver first. 



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FCHS Faces Hard Year 



Mae 



tram iNreral B^^Uhoi^ ownpudes helped flgU this barn fire at MaUiu Monday afteraeon. 
iMwtei M a vaeaat farm on Vir^aia ^tmOi fiodevard. No one was taijared Hgiiting the 
tfwre WM no Ion of Uvestock. (Sun Mioto by Moore) 



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100 Gave ...17 Years Ago 

have been e(msistent donors, some 
having received or soai wiU re- 
ceive their 9 and lO gallon pins. 



By Doris Padrick 

They're needing it nxM-clMJt get- 
ting tt tess . . . Wood donors, 
that is. Mrs. Lois Ndson, reg- 
ional dir«tor of the .American 
Red Cross Bloadmoblle. discover- 
ed some startling facts while «c- 
anining the files of past coirtrib- 
etors to the blood donor pro-am. 

On Oct(*er 21, 1M9. when Vir- 
ginia Beach was a small seasbcve 
town with population to match, 
100 townfdc donated hlood at the 
fir^ ofridai visit of the Bloodmo- 
bfle. Last month, the August visit 
of the Bkwdmobile recdved a 
ma-e 25 pints from a population 
wh(Ke numbers and nee<k have 
incr^ised a thousand-fold! 
■ In observance of the Tidewater 
Regional Red Cross Blood Cen- 
ter's 17th birthday being celebrat- 
ed ,this month, the Bloodmabile 
•wifi be M the General Ho^tal of 
Vitfinia Beach on Friday, Sep- 
tember 9, from noon to 6 pjn. It 
is hqied that the many who can 
will brii% their gifts d blood dur- 
vag that visit. 

On the list of the "original hun- 
dred" are many well-known nam- 
es, and (fairing the past 17 years 



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You'U be amazed how much 
IM-ettier your home can be by 
adding cobr to the floors. We 
suggest Elxcehm Tik. Because 
H is made of 'dnyl plastic and 
^iSbestos, ttie colors are clearer, 
brighter, and kmg lastii^. It is 
avaHaUe in strai^ grain, 
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I^ERRELL 

UNOLEUM & TILE CO. 
Phone 627-8661 
122S W. 25th St. 



Those who came and gave their 
blood nearly 17 years ago were 
Richard Tayloe Munford, Harold 
B. Kellam, Ragan Bradshaw Pul- 
ley. James Albert Perkinson. Oliv- 
ia Mae Manson, Willijmri Clinton 
Ev^ett. Robert Preston Midgett, 
Al Baum Mid^. Russdl Daw- 
aoR Taylor, J. Peter Holland. • 
Joseph Fraidt MaJbon, Michael 
Rascoe Vanture, Elliott Hubert 
Brown, Walter Gatlin, Fred Hpn- 
ry Knee. Uither Mills, William 
Miller Snider, Harold Church Jon- 
es, William Charles Stanfield. 
Floyd Herman Dormere. 

Herbert All«i Hdt, Horace B. 
Simmons, Robert R. Reneau, Har- 
riet EUizabeth Minton, Elizabeth 
Watts Mullai, Lester Benjamin 
SheUy, Albin Roland Mailhes, 
Elizabeth Miller, Leonard H(^ 
AiKell, Ernest Allen. 

Willian Water MoClannan, Jo- 
seph Walter Brothers, Henley 
Graden Moore, Joseph Andra-son 
Horton, Jdmnie Laurence Brenn, 
Thomas Jefferson Edwards, Wil- 
liam p. Kellam, Alin Lee Du^ey, 
Jantes Wallace Todd, Warren E. 
Sandidge. 

Arthur lliomas Woodhouse, 
Houston Parker Gimbert, Paul 
Russdl Geiger. William Walter 
Forrester, Richard Lyrai Kennett, 
Kraneth B. Cnisa-, Michael Hen- 
egMSi, Ralfih L. Clifibrd, l^xxnas 
Avery Norris, Penn Latham With- 
es, Jr. 

Russell Mitchell, Walter R. Free- 
man, Robert James Hilt, RobCTt 
Lindw^ Brown, Jessie Walker 
Hutch, Virginia Johnson Holland, 
Harold Lofton Childs Jr., William 
Mack Krause, Emetine Bell 
Smith, Ralph Graley Mooney, Jr. 
Samuel Carlton Foote Jr., Wil- 
lie Lee &itton, David Samuel 
Whit^urst, Lucile Habtead Clark, 
Ifelen Flanine Mdtfillan, Robert 
Russell Wirmer. Sarah Washburn 
Brown (TajAich), Vernon Davidson 
Dickerson, Margaret Corinna We- 
iss, Janes Halstead Midgett. 

.Argus Guy AllisOT, John Med- 
us, Snowden Phillip Davis, Rus- 
sell Sands Marshall, John Frank- 
lin Mitty. Peter DeWitt. Roy Chet- 
wood Dean, David Northwood Stor- 
montrf Alice Ferebee, Roy Reed 
Jackson. 

lliekna Marie Murray, Julia 
Elizabeth TYent, Margaret Ninnj 
I Hanney, Dorothy Virginia McClan- 
1 nan, Lewis Edward Voliva, Good- 
[ win Shephead Jordan, Ruth Rachel 
Miite, Angle Virginia Wroton, 
WaUace Trammer Clark, Margar- 
et Le6na Grimes. 

Zeigler Boijamin Latham, Ray- 
mond Albert Cassett, Alice Mar- 
guerite Smith, Sarah Bond Home, 
Frai* Wallace Kellam, Saykr 
Blair Myers, Joe Leonard Millw, 
Fraric Marion Bayne, Alfred Mil- 
ton Scott, R(Aert Sturgis Cream- 
er. 




VIRGINM BEACH - Fir^ Co- 
bnial High Sdtool faces a tougjh 
schedide this yea- with a team 
th^ lades experience but just 
might make u? for it in spunk. 

The Patriots, imder the guidance 
of head coach Lew Breedlove, have 
only six seniM-s returning this year 
and the lo^ of Jchn Romano, Jer- 
ry WWtehurst and Ronnie Arms- 
worthy will be fdt. 

Their schedule includes such 
team; as Princess Anne, Oscar 
&ni!h, and ChurchJand. 

Their 1965 record as the Virginia 
Beach "Seahawks" was anything 
less than impressive. They were 
forced to forfeit all ten games. 

TTiis beach school will have one 
extra week to iron out the sore 
gpots. Breedlove and his coaching 
staff, as well as the boys, have 



(heir work cut out tor them. 

Ttiis w^end we And tbe itSxm- 
ing b(^dt teams in action: Cox 
and Bayskk at Oox; Princess 
Arnie at Great Btidge; KeOam at 
Oscar Smith. Firrt Cokmial and 
\Maa Kempsv^le are klle. 



Wood Decorated 

VINIH LONG, VIETN.AM— .\rmy 
C^tain Shivthe J. Wood, 28, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Wood 
St., 504 Baden Ave., Avalon terr., 
.'Virginia Beach, was awarded the 
Vietnamese Cross of GaDaitoy 
with goW star at Vinh Long, Viet- 
nam, July 22, for heroism during 
battle with the Viet Caag while 
advisor to the Vietnamese 43rd 
Ranger Battali<». 




THE STEEL snperstnictare for this skat^ rink on South Lynnhaven Road began gohig ^to place Tues- 
day afternoon. tS rink Is part of the Brookwood Shopping Center whk* Is being built behtod Prhicess 
Anne Plaia. Tlie rink Is tentatively scheduled for compleUon In October. (Sun Photo by Moore) 



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kinds of light for safety inside and 
out, for convenience, for beauty. 



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in units for automatic electric cook- 
ing ease. 



^ Frost-less refrigerator-freezer, quiet 



andcooL 



7 At least three other major conv»- 
niences which will be all electric . . . 
such as dishwasher, washer and 
dryer, disposal 



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Look for the Gold Medallion^ 
The house of tomorrow 
that is here today^ 




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CW««N>nVEAL1S. W VIRGINIA 

W THE CUB3S1CS (MfnCE (^ 

OTf OP VERQ^^ BDACH, (Xi 

i«j ^ *>ay ox Septttroer, 1936. 

p^tt:?(ly jean pEEaj: cor- 

mR. Pkuotiff, 
agauki' 
./X^NSSJL aaAHLES OORBIN, Ds- 

OKDmR C9 PUBLICATION 

Tht object of this suit is fw Uie 



• ilOAi NOTICE S 

said plaiirtitf to tkiain a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii fnxn the 
said deferaiant, upon the grounds 
of wfltful desolitm. 

And an afOdavit having been 
miKle'aiu] filed Utat due diligeice 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the coR^ilainant to ^certain in 
whM couitty or corporation the 
defradant is residing without ef- 
fect; the last known Post Office 
being, UtSS Tratitm DD 530, c/o 



! • LEGAl NOTICES 

Fleet Post Office, San^$::raaclsco. 
Calinxia, it i$ ordered tiiat he 
do s^^ar here within 10 (tea) 
4t^ aftar due piMc^ion hereof. 
mi do vi^at nmy be oeceaBSiry to 
{MX)tect his. Interest in tois mik. 
A copy— t^e: 
JOHN V. FENTRE2S, derit 
Fine, Fine, L^m, Scbwan & 

Fine 
720 Law Building, Nm^oHt, Va. 

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do pennies make 
a difference in 
your food bill? 

Youbet they do. 

And we should know. 

We built our busmess by saving pennies \ 

for generations of folks like you. . 

For instance, take our policy on multiple-priced items. ^ ^ 

If an item is priced 3 for 25/, the price for one is obviously 9/. 

But what happens if you -want two? 

Do you pay 2 times 9/ or 18/? 

NotatA&P. 

Wesellitat2.forl7/i 

That's.the fair way-th^.A*P way. 

Yes, in the, food business.*, ' 

in food budgeting, pennies make a; diff^reftce. - 

We watch them. for you and fpr u& 

Is this a good reason for shopping A&P? It's one o! many. 

. COPYRIGHT* 196g, THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO., INC. /^ 



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Sewkemen In The News 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 8, 19^6^ 

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Radamtan 3/c Iii9^ E. (j^i- 
laro, WSN. son of Mr. and Mrs- 
AnthoiO^ J. GMlaro of USO L«ke 
Brattford Lane, is a crewmesiber 
aboard tiie destroyer, USS IkMer. 
which is presently d&pknytA with 
Destroyer Sqpwdron TTurty-Tw) in 
the South CSiina Sea. 

* * * 
Utilities ConstmctioQ ^ipreotice 
Raj R. Cartwri^it. VW, son of 



Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Caitwri^ <rf 
Route 4. is presently serving with 
Mcbile Ctmi^niction BaUalion Se- 
ven deployed seven miles south of 

the city of Hm in Viet Nam. 

• * * 

Machinist M^e 3/c James J. 
fiding, VSS, s(« of Mr. and Mrff- 
John K. BeUng of 211 '^d St., is 
a crew taenbec aboard the de- 
stroyer, USS Beale, which is pres- 



ently deployed with E>estroyer 
Scpiadron Thirty-Two in the Sauth 

China Sea. 

• * * 

Sftaman Michael R. Venture, US 
CGR, son of Michaal R. Venture 
cf 9)5 High Point ave., was grad- 
uated from the Fu-e Fighting 
Scb(»I at the U.S. Coast Guard 
Reserve Training Center in York- 
town. 



SUPPORT URGED 




HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR RECENT WINNERS! 

$100 WINNERS 




WINNERS 



MAS ANNIE C. DUDLEY 

106 N. Itt STREET 
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 



MRS. MOLLIE PEARSON 

ROUTE #1 
NOKESVILLE, VIRGINIA 

• 

MkS. ESTER KUHL 

1606 HAIIVARD RD. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINU 

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MRS. ETHa V. DEMARK 

110 Gold Crest Drive 
CHESAPEAKE. VIRGINIA 

• 

MRS. MABEL H. JONES 

101 WALNUT AVE. 

ROANOKE. VIRGINIA 



Mn. «tary I. Allm 

6)09 Andrawi Ian* — Richmond, Va. 

Mr. Halmut Petarwil 

9203 Fiik Road — Richmond, Va. 
Mr. Gary Andcrton 

S06 Gladstone RooC— Norfolk. Vo. 

Mr<. Eliza Walkai 

Rovt* I — Disputonta, Vo. 
Mr. GanMI M. Hill 

PMTltburg, Va. ^ 

Mr. 1. I. SImpien 

759 W. Oemn Vltw Annuo— 
Norfolk, Vo. 

Mn. K. A. Pontyl 

1M2 Brynmowr Road — Richmond, Vo. 

Mrs. Grow C. Horrfi 

912 Taytor Stroat — Uxlnglon, Va, 
Mr. John P. Hoikini 

RFD 4, Box 37— Frtdorickiburg, Vo. 

Mrt. Kali* Ckondloi 
Roula 2 — Formville, Va. 

Mr. T. A. Nrguwn 

17ft1 W. QuMn Stroof — Hampton, Va. 

Mr. Uwit Myofi 

1320 N. 28th Stroot— Richmond, Va. 



CO10II TV 
WtNNBtS: 

MRS. CELEST£ RHEY 
35 WINSTON ST. 
Newport News, Va. - 
MRS. J. B. KIRKLAND 

FLAND RD. 
PETERSBURG, VA. 
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MINK STOLE WINNER 

LT. COL. J. R. JENKINS 

5377 WYNGOSE DRIVE 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE HUNDREDS OF 



$S WINNERS 



Mn. PiWe Hwtoa— H»»»part Nawt, Va. 

Mlu Iwdlth Picko— Richmond, Vo. 

Mr. Arnold Ray Williami— Richmond, Va. 

Mri. k. S. Kircklond— Richmond, Vo. 

Mrs. E. E. Woohor— SuHolk, Vo. 

Mrs. D^ A. Martin— Chosopooka, Va. 

Mrs. Awdrty Mao Koith- Richmond, Va. 

Mrs. Dorthy Brown — Richmond, Va. 

Mr. Wilfrod Yo«n»— Hampton, Vo. 

Mrs. Cocil P. Vick— Norfolk. Va. 

Mrt. Moo ttoward — Spotsylvonio, Va. 

Mrs. Thelma Smith — Molhows, Vo. 

Mrs. Alborlo Wyoll— Glouc«st*r, Va. 

Mrs. Nonni« Easton — louisa, Vo. 

Miss Corolyn Walsh — Portsmouth, Va. 

Mr. Corl Jttt— Newport Nows, Va. 

Mr. T. I. West — Portsmouth, Vo. 

Mrs. Shirley McGlolhlin— RIfhIonds, Va. 

Mr. Jea Shell— Richlondi, Vo. 

Mrs. Sally Huse — Chase City, Va. 

Mr. Donald Afflerbock — Crowe, Vo. 

Mrs. Elsie W. Henderson — Ashlond, Va. 

Mrt. Ravmond I. Dogett — Ashland, Va. 

Mr. Joa Shell— Richlonds, Va. 

Mrs, SkMey AAcGlethlin-^lcklandt, Va.i 

Mrt. Batty Jo Pettery — Princeton, W. Va. 



Mrt. J. Iro Mayer — SlounMn, Va. 
Mrt. Glodys Wilkerson— dorksville, Va. 
,Mr. Rolph Leon Dodson — Clorksville, Va. 
Miss Helen Groveley— Pulaski. Vo. 
Mrs. Ellen R. MItchem— Motooco, W.Va. 
Mrt. IHlie P. Broswoll — Emporia. Va. 
Mrt. Solly N. Huts— Chose City, Vo. 
Mrs. Mary E. Hoirston — Mortlnsville. Va. 
Mrs. Albert Wallet — Hampton, Va. 
Mr. Edwotd K. Tyler— Williamsburg, Va. 
Mrs. M. M. McCullogh— 

Virginia Beach, Vo. 
Mrt. C. Throneberry — Virginia Beach, Va. 
Mr. Henry M, Reuger — Hampton, Va. 
Mrs. Helen Yates— Newport News. Va. 
Mrs. J. A. White— Norfolk, Vo. 
Mrs. Kotherine Roney — Hampton, Va. 
Mr. Otcur Blokey — Clifton Forge. Va. 
Mr. J. H. Kelly— Clifton Forga, Va. 
Mr. Charles G. Allen — Christtonsburf, 

Virginia 
Mn. ioyte Trommell — Monasiet, Va. 
Mrt. Hoiel P. Oawion — Richmond, Va. 
Mn. Helen Ciavaley— Pulaski, Va. 
Mr. M. McCullogh — Virginia Beach, Va. 
Mr. W. T. Henry — Portsmouth, Va. 



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School Time-PTA Time 



When the children start off to 
sch:ol, it's prime time to join the 
•PM. 

And in this school year, VTk's, 
throughout tiie country are mov- 
ing forward on programs that 
seek to involve all parents— and 
other adults interestad in child- 
ren's welfare— in ever better edu- 
cation, health and opportunity for 
all children. 

"Never in its history has the 
PT.\ been more necessary to the 
well-being of children and our 
nation," says Mrs. Jennelle Moar- 
•.lead of Eugene, Ore., National 
PT.\ president. "Never have we 
had £j rich an opportunity to 
move the nation ta great decis- 
ions, for ideas that the PTA has 
promoted for years have come 
into their own." 

Its goal of making preschool ed- 
ucation available to all children, 
for example, is winning broad ac- 
cepta,nce. Increasingly, too, edu- 
cators realize the importance of 
involving parents in their child- 
ren's education, sohiething tong 
advocated by the PT.\. 

This year, the PTA plans to ec- 
periment with new methods of 
reaching the non-participating par- 
ents—the working mother, the par- 
ent-without-partner, tiie residents 
of urban slums or depressed rural 
areas. New {)rograms, too, will 
deal with children's health, safety 
and education. 

One such project, undertaken in 
cooperation with the U. S. Public 
Health Service, will attempt to 
discourage 7th and 8th graders 
from starting to smoke cigarettes. 

On other subjects, as well, the 
PTA has a full schedule of "crit- 



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ical issu«" ripe for action. 

iMembership in the JTA. of 
course, is open to any parent or 
teacher or school admjniatrator 
—indeed, to all who are interested 
in children and willing to uphdd 
the Objects of the PTA. Membw- 
ship dues vary among local units 
and state branches of tlie National 
PTA, but only ten cents of eadi 
membership fee goes to the Na- 
tional Office, in Chigaco, for main- 
taining the organization and pro-. 
viding the services that enaUe 
PTA's to function effectively saA 
serve children best- 

The PTA Magazfaie, official pub- 
lication of the organization, has 
scheduled tiiree continuing series 
of articles dealing with school ed- 
ucation, family hfe, and comnuin- 
ity services and intended to fos- 
ter "better lives for all chiWren." 

"Your Own Project Head Start" 
is one subject in the pre-school 
series, of latere^ primarily to 
parents of young children. Tha 
common blodts of learnhig in ele- 
mentary school are scheduled for 
discussion in another article; and 
experts will also survey, for PTA 
Magazine readers, the prdiikm ar- 
eas of sex education and teoiage 
drinking and use d drugs. 

For every parent, Mrs. Moor- 
bead emphasized, "the PTA has 
an ideal assignment— to work with 
nieffl and women who share your 
c(filcern for children and youth, 
to plan and initiate new {Kojects, 
to enjoy a better understanding of 
yourself and your family, to take 
pride in working in an organiza- 
tion of national renown and into"- 
ational reputation." 

Membership enrollment contin- 
ues throughout tfie school y^ar. 



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everyone staring? These suKs are all they go in Caltfomfa, where oui 
chip's been docked." Luck was with the candid camera, since two gfrls, 
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Ffljais Sotfield is a lighting consultant. What's that?! A lighting con- 
sultant is one who plans specific lighting to be co^)^di^at^d and in- 
corporated into the design and furnishings cf a home or business. Mrs. 
So.'ield is believed to be the only lighting expert sipecifically trained 
for this new concept of harmonious decor in the city of Virginia Bapch. 

Wife cf Robert T. Sofield who owns & operates Southern Electric Co. 
she became interested in dtcorative lightir.g when her husband, with 
Fred Huette, was designing the lighting effects for the Norfolk Botan- 
nita! Garden. 

PhyEis has taken instruction fi-om the General E'sctric ScJicol. nsar 
Clevelar.d, and opened her n^w sh'cp at 2324 Virginia Beach Blvd. (Lon 
don Bridge I in March of this year. The response to her service has 
been tiverwhelming. . . 

Advances in the lighting indjslry in r^ard to decorating with ef- 
fective i'lumination has made the selection c! a lamp "bacausa it i. 
pretty", or an outside spotlight merety for protection, obscleta. Al' 
fixtures should have important relationship with the environmsn:^ an:' 
- sliould be the basic part of any succesiful decwative sdieme. 
' Using light where it is most elective is the aim of a ligi^ting consult- 
ant. Where do you need light?. . . .Where do you have light?. . .Where 
do you want light? Think hew ycu cou'd brighten the work area in th" 
kitchen, cast a romantic speil in the dining room, put a glow in con- 
versational areas, caress a fine painting with soft light, control light 
araund the patio and swimming pool, accert gardsn beauty soots, ad;' 
nighttime drama to a fountain. Lighting is too often taken for granted; 
its uses are endless. . .and can be wonderful! 

Ut the Decorative Lighting Shop, you may order from a qua'itv line 
of unu;ual fixtures. Many are on .display and there are catalogues 
frcm which to select the different size or color for your persona', dscor. 
From chandelier to patio lamps, from spots to lanterns, every tvie o'' 
lighting for practical and decorating ii'Iumination is at the fingertips of 
your lighting consultant. 

'Phjliis began by helpirg home owners. Then her trained eye noted 
that many of the motels and other business establishments were not 
as el'ectively lighted as they shouid be. She contacted some of the bus' 
ness men with ways they might make their estEblishments more at- 
tractive through proper lighing. She has found them most receptive tc 
her 'illuminating' ideas. 

She has recently returned frcm a trip to New York w^here she s!udi?r' 
the markets on holiday decorating. And though it may seem a little 
premature to be thinking along those lines, the wi'1 be ready for you 
with all kif.dte of ways to mske ycur holiday lighting the bet ever. lif 
ycu hcipe to do more this year than string lights on a Christmas tree 
or put flickering candles in the windows, see Phjdis. 

The BofieWs came frcm New Jersey eleven years ago, and lik;d 
the area so much they decided to stay. They and their five childr3n 
reside at 93rd and Crystal Lake. 

Recreation Com. Meeting 

Beach. 

"Elector Whitehurst was^en'.hus^' 
iastic~in the wide acceptance of 
recreation by citizens and tourist 
guests alike. He banded out a 
statistical sheet, stating that "as 
anticipated, the City of Virginia 
iBeach is experiencing increased 
ouldcor recreational areas and all 
shew substantiar^attendance in- 
creasas." 



By Douglas Barnes 
PRttJCSESIS ANNE-The August 
meetlhg of the Parks, RecreatioriT 
•nd Physical Education Commis. 
sion was "diort and snappy", and 
men-Jbers were in a relaxed mood 
since so muoti had been accom- 
plished djring the summer months. 
The Commission meets on the 
fourth Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the 
Ad.nini9tration Building of Edu- 
cation at Princess Anne Court- 
house. 

Maury Riganto, chairman, an- 
nounced that the commursion was 
pleased that in all the summer 
forums, tfie discussions and pro- 
posed changes in the 20-year Mas- 
ter Plan were anoendable to the 
City Council, and that the prog- 
rras o( recreational facilities and 
their use this summer had been 
phenomenal. 

"The offices of the Physical Ed- 
ucation Etepartment will move to 
the Nike Site shortly," said Ri- 
ganto. "so that our equipment and 
administration offices will all be 
together." 

1 Stanley Philips spoke of the in- 
crease in surfing interest, and 
suggested that seasoned surfers 
and beginning "grimmies" surf in 
different areas in order to prevent 
accidents. ! \ 

A committee, consisting of Gam- 
age, Philips and Whitehurst. was 
appointed by Riganto to kwk into 
the possibility of more surfing 
ppace and parking at Little Island 



The sheet showed tliat 9,567 used 
the Redwing Park facilities dur- 
ing the month of July; 5,375 surf- 
ers, 6,850 swimmers, and 17,035 
visitors cmne to Little Island 
iBeach; 10,582 surfers and 13,8^ 
spectators were at Steel Pier Surf- 
ing area; 9,900 used the facilities 
at Sandbridge Beach area; and 
8^ used the Shore Drive Way- 
side Picnic areas. 

Adult activities during May, 
June, July, and August showed 
2,5^ took advantage of the Biiiiop 
Sewing and Tailoring, Oil Paint- 
ing, Charm, Photography, Tennis 
Clinics, Western Riders Assoc., 
Saism Rd. Civic L., Recreation 
Band, Red Wing Concert, Comm. 
Area Chm. Meet., and Comm. 
Coaches: Meet. The various activ- 
ities were held throughout the city 
at Chesapeake Beach Fire Depart- 
ment, Ocean Park Fire Dqwttt- 
ment, Nike Site, Princess .Anne 
High School. Vir^nia Beach High, 
Cox High, and Redwing Park. 




Vmoinia Beacn Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1 966 

SECTION B 



SP4 BILLY VERDON checks out .his TA-1 conununications unit while 
on perimeter guard. _ . 

WAR NOT WANTED 



A Soldier Does His Duty 



By Jack Moore 
VIRGINJV EEi\i:H-To some of 
the people in the United States, the 
war in Viet Nam is an excuse to 
demonstrate again.t our govern- 
ment. To others, the conflict is a 
jcl>— a way of lilie. 



om and the rights of his fa'iow 
man, no matter what is the final 
price. His mother feels the same. 
£he, like all mothers does not want 
her son subjected to war or death 
in any form. '"But", Mrs. Verdton 
said, ''He feels he is doing his duty 



One of these people is SP4 Will- and I nmist go along wiLh him." 

iam TBil'ly) T. Verdon. He is pres- Verdon wrote home that the 

entvy serving with the 25th Divis- demcnslrations by the "beatndcks, 

ion near Plelku, South Vietnam, koks and the Communists"' were 

Veidon, whose parents, Mr. and dsplcrrble and that the men in 

Mrs- Gerad Verdon live on South- South Vietnam needed the support 

side Road, Virginia Beach, is or.Iy of each and everyone. 

22 but is wiiling to fight and per- „.„ „ . . , . , 

haps die for his country and its . Bi'.'y Verdon is not a great hero 

piinci'-les '" ^"^ ^"'^^ °^ '^ *** ' 

Young Verdon wanted to enlist i\a gof^ soldier and is doing his 

in the Army, but was called by ^^^ ^^H- No citizen of the United 



the trad.tional "greetings" last 
year before he had a chance to do 
so. He received' his basic training 
at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, and his 
jungle warfare training at Fort 
Jackson. Verdon received his final 
training in Hawaii. At Ft. Jackson 
he qualified as an expert on his 
machinegun test. 

When he first went to South 
Vietnam last January he was as- 
-agned io cperffit*Hhe-%MO listtt 
machinegun. He has since then 
given the M-€0 up for a 12-gauge 
shotgun. 

Since his introduction to war 
nine months ago, Verdon has been 
on many different operations and 
has been on more th^n 30 ground- 
to-air assault missions, qualifying 
him for the Assault Medal. He is 
presently on operation Paul Revere 
II. 

In a recent letter home, Verdon 
told about a visit to his group by 
the .Army commam_k!r in South 
Vietnam. "General Westmoreland 
said we are in the field more, 
woiked harder, and with more 
results than" any other batallion in 
the country", he said. 

Verdon is presently serving with 
the Headiquarters Communications 
unit for the "Tropic Lightening" 
Division. He has had three com- 
manding officers since he has been 
"over there". The first two were 
wounded in action. One of them 
received a silver star for Actions 
in the war that is not a war. 

His mother told this reporter that 
"he never complains" dbout the 
conditions on the battlefield and 
that his "morale is wonderful." 
The Verdons have a close friend 



States could deny that we need 
more good soldiers like him. 

State Police 
Need 5 Dogs 

RICHMOND— With a drop in the 
aathorize4. strpqgth. of the St^. 
[Police Canine Crops d from 12 
to ^ven, the Department is now 
seeking to fill the five existing 
vacancies. 

Dogs must be ' German shep- 
herd males between one and two 
years cf age, weighing at least 70 
pou."ds, and registered with the 
American Kennel Clulj. Upon meet- 
ing these standards, the dog is 
tested for gun shyness, training 
reccptiveness, physical aptitudes 
and temperament. He is also giv- 
en a torough {Aysical examination. 

Accepted dogs are then assigned 
to a trooper, who volunteers for 
the duty. They train together for 
about fliree months, with special 
emphasis on tracking. 

A dog is assigned to one trooper 
only and is quartered and fed at 
his home, becoming a member of 
his family, while available for 
i'pecial assignments. The bu'.k of 
tiiese assignments consists of ttie 
tracking cf criminate and searchs 
for lost persons. 

Anyone owning a dog apparently 
meeting these qualifications and 
wlio might be willing to donate 
it or sell it to the State Police is 
ask':d to give the information to 



Rec Dept 
Fall Program 

ViiRGINIA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beach Department of Parks & 
Recreation announces its fall adult 
activity program. This year's pro- 
grj:m is greatly expanded anj in- 
I cludas a variety of subjects which 
I should be of interest to many. 
Aault activities in Virginia Beach 
continues to grow as increased in- 
tereirt is generated by participants 
.n tne projram. 

The first session of classes will 
begin during the week of Septem- 
ber 12-15, a.nd are as follows: 

Sep.enjer 12, Charm and Oil 
Painting; September 13, Beginning 
Knitting; September 14; Beginning 
Sewing; September 15, Arts and 
Crafts Far Tne Heme; Septembe.- 
13, Water Colors & Pastel Paint- 
ing. 

All of the classes will begin at 
ten o'clock and continue until 
twelve noon. The. classes will be 
of six weeks duration and will 
cost the participant but three djl- 
lars for the entire course of in- 
struction. 

The Charm, Oil Painting, Knit- 
ting and Sewing and Arts & Crafts 
For The Home classes will be 
held at the Recreation Activity 
Center, 4400 Nike Site Road, just 
off of Salem Road in Virginia 
Beach. The Water Color & Pasitel 
Painting course will be taught at 
the Chesapeake Beach Volunteer 
Fire Department Station which is 
located on Pleasure House Road, 
in Virginia Beach, north of Shore 
Drive. 

Photography and Ceramics in- 
struction will be offered at a later 
date. 

All interested persons are invit- 
ed to attend these classes. For 
further information, call the Vir- 
ginia Beach Department of Parks 
& Recreation at the following 
numbers: 497-2027 or 497-^85. 





who is also serving in South Viet- any State Police personnel or office 
nam who ketpsi^ tabs on their son and it will be relayed promptly to 
and lets them know about him the proper authorities. 

frcm time to time. I 

Verdon doesn't" profess a love ; 
for w^r. b t he doej feel it his' OerUistS To McCt 
duty to be there to defend frced- 

NORFCLK - The 37th .Annual 
meeting cf tne Viiginia State D.'nt- 
al Ass:ciat.on Wiil be hold in Nor- 
.1 k at the G::den Triangie Hotil, 
Sc^t. :3.h ar.J 2..:1. Over 800 
.itntiSts are ex,:cei:d to rc^i t.r 
icr i'i\2 fuur day meeting, featuring 
.. cj .i;n;„. scieiitl^ts, v'.ha will 
s'tak on dri.tal ccclusion, dh^' 
wav f. ..n n-...ii>. 

Dr. KiL'ia d B. Barrick cf Pc ts- 
n..;,u.ii, Pr;s dent v-f th3 Associa- 
tion, wi 1 condu.l hi; final mealing 
as Dr Crarles R. Cr as, cf R;d- 
.'o:d, w." be inauc'.cd a. ?reaJd:nt. 

A u.iqie feature .t the mcitir.g 
w'ii b-' a c>rr._ ;.e piisiical :xa.Tii- 
r:;:n :f the d:nti-'s en TuejJay, 
S ;. lS;h. I.n cor /deration with a 
: :ii'^. f 'cca" ; hysicians. the dm' 



Classes For 
Tired Moms 

VIRGINIA BEACH - With the 
opening of school and ttie exodus 
of children from the home back 
to centers of knowledge near at 
hand, the Virginia Beach Depart- 
ment of Parks & Recreation an- 
nounces to the relieved mothers 
that it will be sponsoring classes 
of instruction in various interest 
areas in which they can eni-oU to 
release tne tensions that have ac- 
cumulated during the summer 
(months. T^e classes will be taught 
at two locations; the Recreation 
Activity Center, 4400 Nike Site 
^oad I just off Salem Road) and 
at 'the Chesapeake Beach Volun- 
teer Fire Department station. 
' The subjects which will be of- 
tfered, the tinw and dates of the 
■registration for t lem and the site 
of the instruction are as follows: 
(All classes will run from 10 a.m. 
to 12 noon I September 12; regis- 
tration for Charm and Oil Paint- 
ing at the Activity Center; Sep- 
tember 13. registration for Begin- 
ning Knitting at the Activity Cen- 
ter; September 14, registraUon 
for Beginning Sewing at the Ac- 
tivity Center; Septenrber 15, reg- 
istration for Arts & Crafts for the 
Home at the Activity Center; Sep- 
tcmber 16. registration fo.- Water 
'-Ddr & Pastel Painting at Chesa- 
peake Beaai Fire Dcartment. 
Phjt-grap.hy and Ceramics in- 
struction will be.o n at a later date. 

The Activ.lies Divisi:m of ti^.j 
Parks & Recreation Djpart.Titnt 
is still interested in !::cating qual- 
ified instructors to teach in its 
prcgram. C.a ses will be formed 
in an intcrtst area if 5ufficicnt in- 
tere^ is ;liown to warrent tr«ir 
formaticn. Anyone who is skilled 
in an aiea. or has a hobby which 
they fici othe.-s might enjoy is 
a.sk-d t) call the Department for 
."■u. tiler ini.irration. 



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CBAHLES I^AN, JR.. MS C««Md RMi. VkgUm 9mA, (r^) Ida witt tte ««. Genri J. 
ya, SJ., iiifiMft «l iGMrgetsmi IWmHty. Wukaitaa. D. C, ihirk^ a vWt t« the ciupfM lul «e^ 
Hi4 DeM k TlcvchiriraMa for Nwfab af G ea rgato w't cwrcat m orinw ¥nfnm rmd fngrmm. ie- 
is ihW QV t» awet m ^Kafaye Me* Mi Mi m wh Ki fw ■i i lH iM i ffeyikal fa 



ical tE-'.s irc'adT.g a ch'.^t x-ray, 
Lkctr'caidiogren, and b'3:4 tests. 
Dr T Rjy Jarrett. Jr.. Vi ginia 
Bt." ii, chalinan of th? local ar- 
rar.gemtnts rotcd that since d3nt- 1 
:sts perf.' m t''.eir r-rv'^rt ;.•, ^ | 

■t-cmtly close relatioHhip to 
paiients. the examinatMn was 
rlanneJ to etrhasiz? the import- '• 
arce of a coirplete annual physicai j 
examination for their own protect- 
ion and their patients' saf?ty. 

Dental assistants and olhst au- 
xiliaries to the dental profMrion 
will oD.nduct their meetoigs a/t the 
same tane. ToUi r^^atkm for 
the me^ii^ is exp^ed to rMch 
WBO. 



D.^na'd L. MX?r:c!<ard, son of 
Mr a i Mr?. H. A McCrickard 
„f V.rg.n a Beach, was awarded a 
Certificate J Completiwi for Uhe 
1S3". College Wjrk-Sudj- Program 
of P:!o: Life Insurance C) by 0. 
F Stafford, President of the com- 
pany. djring ceremonies Tlursday 
nieht. August 25, at Pi'ot C«ir,ti>' 
Club in Greensboro. N. C 

He was one of ten nang college 
^niors who particq»ted in the 
program this year aiul received 
a salar>' and use of cwnpany fa- 
^ities while ^iriying and working 
at Pikt lik. 



TfflS BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING will open its doors to its first student body Mwiday. (Farrls Pictures, 
Inc. Photo) 

FOR FIRST CLASS 



Orientation Begins Monday At VWC 



VIRGiI'MA BEACH - Virginia's 
newest college will open for its 
first academic session on Septem- 
ber 12 with a new president, new 
facuity meir.bers, a pioneer fresh- 
man class and a unique educational 
complex kicated on 300 acres as- 
tride Nor'rolk-Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

The small oipening class begins 
its period of orientation on Mon- 
day, September 12, at Virginia 
Wesleyan College here. 

Virginia Wesieyan, a coeduca- 
tional, Methodist-reJated, liberal 
arts college, offers a unique ap- 
proach in ediKation. It is designed 
s^cccdfing to the Jeffersonian cai- 
t?e|p»^»VH^'W learning In aca- 
demic villages. Dormitory facili- 
ties, for men and women, dining 
hall, lounges, classrooms and fac- 
ulty offices are all located in a 
compact $1.5 million academic vill- 
age.'. i^ science and library baiW- 
ing is located adjacent i,o the aca- 
demic viiage complex. 

Ground was broken for the new 
college buildings in July, 1965. Ad- 
ministrative offices will be located 
initia'.ly on the ground floor of one 
dormitory unit. » 

3 Key Clubbers 
At Convention 

VIRGIXU BE.\CH - The Cox 
High School Key Club sponsored 
hy the Kiwanis Club of Virginia 
Beach sent three of its members, 
^hn Adkisson, Larry Gosnell, and 
Larry Thatcher as representatives 
to the Key Club International Con- 
vention held recently at Chicago. 

The theme for the coming year 
'initiate Personal Responsfcility" 
was presented and discussed. In- 
ternational officers were elected 
and amendments to the Interna- 
tional Constitution were approved. 

A varied program of speeches, 
workshops, and business sessions 
made up the convention. 



Wejleyan's new president is 
Lambuth M. Clarke, vice president 
for devtiopment for eight years at 
RandolphrMacon College in Ash- 
land, Methodiim's oldiest coUege, 
by date of charter, February 3, 
1330. President Clarke holds a Mas- 
ter's degree from Johns Hqjkins 
and taught at Randolph-Macon in 
The Engjish d^partment for three 
years before joining the admini- 
strative sta.^ at RMC as assistant 
to 'the president in 1951'. He has 
16 yCM-s of college experience. 

Directing Virginia Weiieyan's 
new acadanic program will be Dr. 
Rcbeil C. "Provine, an experienced 
educator w^ is a former faculty 
ment>er and registrar al Vander- 
bilt Universtty and hdds graduate 
degrees from Vardeibilt, Harvard 
and Brown Universities. 

Virginia Wesieyan will o.'fer the 
basic f.-eshman m)eral arts pro- 
gram this firs* year in English, 
I mathematics, foreign languages 



Virginia Wesleyan 
To Have 



Open House 

NORFOLK - A general Open 
House at Virginia Wesleyan Col- 
lege will be held on Sunday, Sep- 
tember 18 frcm 3 - 5 P.M. 

Tours will be conducted of the 
college's new $15 million academ- 
ic village. 

Virginia Wesleyan opens for its 
first academic session September 
12 with 75 freshmen and a faculty 
of 15. 

The new. coeducational, church 
related, liberal arts college is lo- 
cated astride the Norfolk-Virginia 
Beach line near the Lansdale 
Traffic Circle 



science and social studies. The 
ccUege will have a very favorable 
student-faculty ratio. Two addit- 
ional administrative ollicers have 
been appointed. 

'f* ersonalized, high quality edu- 
cation is what we're after," says 
Jtdge Jerry G. Bray, Jr.. chair- 
m.an 'f the Board of Trustees at 
Virginia We^iCyan. "The student 
wiM live, st_dy, eat and play under 
the roof of the compact, self-con- 
tained academic village." 

The academic village was de- 
signed by Phillip Brotherton of 
Pel kins and Will, a Chicago arch- 
itectural firm recognized as a na- 
tional leadir in educational design. 
Th^ilij^gj^iQciated architectural 
firm isSiriver and Holland of 
Ncrft'k. The contracting firm for 
the first village now under con- 
.struction is W. H. Belanga and 
(Vsscciates of Norfolk. 

This fresent complex is the 
first of our academic villages 
p;oject£d for the new college. The 
projected long-range maximum 
enro''ment for the college of 1200 
students will carefu'ly maintain 
the almcs.phere cf a small college. 
No decision has been mad? at this 
time as the definite phi af in- 
crease in enrollment each year. 
The second academic vills^e is 
scheduled to be added in 1968. 
The^ two villages would provide 
facilities for a total of 600 students. 
.\ center complex of aud.torium, 
student union, library, science 
building and other general facili- 
ties to serve the four villages 
-'aimed to be added as the needs 
arise and as funds are available 
over the next five to ten years. 

President C'arke indicates the 
enrcl'ment wi'l be kcDt small the 
first year. "Most of the a:)li- 
cants have been well qualified." 
says Donald E. Davis. Director of 
Admissions. "We want to keep 
our standards high from the very 
begirning," saps Davis. 

A&nis-icns Director Davis re- 
ports that qualifications from 
qu^jfied students continue to come 
in and are being considered 




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Virj^roa teddi SUN, Thursday, September 8, 1 966 

Va Tax Tubk Drawn By IRS 



I^CIMC^B- <hnivs P. Boyle, 
D:^ct Bircctar of Intewsl Rev- 
enue for th3 State of Virginia. 
(•day announced that the income 
tax instructsn bock'et for the 
preparation of ISSS iniivitkial in- 

*■' ■ ■ " • • " m ' ' ■ ' ■' - II 1.1.- — 

Beach Native 
Added To Staff 

C G-1««A«E-The Twiford Col- 
«utf diapri rt Gk-^t Bridge, has 
i^sd t3 it's ^ff a Virginia 
Be«A man. Ridiard Undendown 
^ E3S7 Wiirtoway Ro^, Virginia 
Seach has b^sx^ie a M time 
n^irf:er^of ti^ staff. This an- 
QPuaceaMflt was oaadb this week 
iif SidBtf M Oman, director and 
aamms of the Funeral Hc.ne. 

Uad3iife«B, «l» 'cen^il^rd h's 
^-d!e3 J% Om Old Dsminion Coi- 
^ tte summer is a rodent (A 
bsq^svilfe and is a grachiate of 
tiK GxKkPi I&^ Sciffial in Nor- 
Mk. Active in tltt Boy SctKit 
nc^Mi of the Elizabeth River 
IXiibrk:t s'nce becoming an Ea^e 
fieoHt as a yaaa^ter. 

& is the SOB of Mr. and Mrs. 
OeraiB Uaderdown. 



crme tax ijaturns will etmUin a 
'lite siies tM table for Vlrgiwa. 

It. 2 S2ies tax tab!; reHects s.-n- 
ounts * lich may b? used Ij de- 
ter.-nine the g3neral saks tax bis- 
ed on income ^awn on Uae 9. 
Page 1, Form 1040 and the num- 
ber cf per. R3 in the taxpayer's 
fanily. These anaoiaits are appli- 
cafc'£ feir tltt peri:^ Sq)tar')er 1 
tiirou^ Decaiixr 31, ISK. 

Tlie fdlowisg are some of the 
amounts appearing in the sales 
tax tab!e: 



Uk >. Page 1 

$ 3.CJ&- 3.«a 
$10 «»-18k9» 



FunUy Sbe 
1 2 3A4 

$3 |'3 C17 
lis 133 «Z7 
«t7 $% $40 



Tile District Director exohlned 
tteit only Siose taxpayers who it- 
emise their deductions an Fjrm 
1041 wxs deikict the sales tax in 
determining taxiole income. 

Local sales taxes are not in- 
cluded in the tax t^e. Taxpayers 
payi^ the loc^ sales tax after 
Septenriisr l. 1965, may add 50 
pM-ce^nt to the taible amourrt. If 
other local sales taxes are paid 
1^ may al^ be added. 

Mr. Bnyle said dttit taxpayers 
who do not dect to use the sales 
tax table should be prepared to 
siib:tantiate the dediustiaQ. 



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BAPTBI 



AKAUUVA BArTHT CHIBCB 

liow Meetlnr In Loulie Luzlord 
Elementarr School 
N. C, cation. Pastor 



BAV8IDE BArTIRT CHCHCK 

1480 Pleasure Houae ad. 
Jiunea V. UeFoe. Pastor 



•BACHIiAWN BAPTHT CRVBCH 

btti and Med. Avenue 
G«orire Wollett. Jr.. Klaistcr 



FAITH BAPTIST CHUBCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd.. Norfols 
Prod M. FariM. Pastor 



/IR8T BAPTIST CHURCH 

a6«h St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadrll Waters, Pastor 



OVBAHA CHITRCH (IF CHRIST 

1460 Vliginis Beach lilvd. 
Boy Wilson, Pastor 

FEMBBOKB MANOR intlTRD 
CHVKCH OiP CHRIST 

(Congrerational Christian) 

tf<«tlnr« in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Bev. Carl T. Oai's 



CHURCH OF GOD 

ASSKMBLV DF UOD 

Viririnia Beach Boulevard 

Ilast Lane — Oceana 

Eei . SHHiuel D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHl'RCH OF tiOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sams. Pastor 



FRANCIS ABSVRT HKTHODnT 
MVfeCH 

Oreff^laek Koad 
Lallo7 Davis, Mmister 



BA VGOOD MBMORIAL MBTH0DI8T 
CHCBCH 

4713 Hayrood Road 
Robert P. Bryan, Pastor 



LcKIICS METHODIST CHURCH 

6500 Viririnla Beach Blvd. 
Bev. C. Eaton Gray 



coMMUNinr 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

George T. Stallinn, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Boulevard 
T. 1. Tngle. Pastor 

KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7730 Princess Anue Rd. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



Ll'NHHAVEN COLONY UMinB 
CHURCH 

(Conicre^alioiuil ChristlMi) 

CIrcat Necic Ed. near Snore Drira 

The Rev. Tho H. Briltoa 



LYimHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev. Oscar V. Rodrifuei 

SIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Tirrinia 
Emory S. lUmore, Minuter 

PLAZA MBTIMDIST CHURCH 

208 Plua Trail 
Bertiert O. HublM, Pastor 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

400 First Colonial Road 
Bev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



OCBAN PARK COMMVNITT 
CHURCH 

I>i]Pbnt Circle, Baystde, Ts. 
Paul E. McCullouch. Th.M. 



IT. MARK A.M.B. CHURCH 

Oseana 
Ber. D. P. Felton. Pastor 



ST. JOHN'S CHURCH was built in 1741 on a plot provided for it in Wlltam Byrd's original plan of Rich- 
mond. St. John's was the scene of the Virginia Convention pf 1775 when Particle Henry spoke from a 
pew below the pulpM the ;ringing words of his "liberty or death" speech. 

Virginia's Annual Autumn Pilgramage 



RMNACE 
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Tidewater Vh-ginia again plays 
host to guests for the sixth An- 
nual Autumn Pilgrimage, sched- 
uled this year for the week-ends 
d October 7, 8 and 9 and October 
14, 15 and 16. 

Sponsored by a rotating group 
of early churches, all located in 
parishes that date back to the 
early days of the Colony, the Pil- 
grinxage offers an unique privil- 
ege: A visit to histgrk honjes, not 
usually open to the public, beauti- 
fuEy restored and furniihed with 
priceless antiques, a view of gar- 
dens and laAvns sloping down to 
the Rivers that finger Virginia's 
peninsulas, and a look backward 
to a way of life that is al.-nost 
forgotten. 

October's bright blue weather, an 
Indian Summer when flowers still 
bloom in the eld gardens with 
their boxwood and holly hedges, 
is a perfect time to travel in Vir- 
ginia. On this year's PilgrLiiage, 
guests will »iave an opportunity 
not only to visit the count.-yside 
wiiere old churches at the cross- 
roads sleep away Uie centuries in 
the shade of oaks and elms, but 
abo to enjoy Richmond's old 
Cnurch Hi!). St. John's Giurch is 
participating in Virginia's Annual 
Autumn Pilgrinrwge for the first 
time, and ante-bellum houses, 
newly reclaimed by the Historic 
Richmond Foundation, are being 
graciously opened by their <kcu- 
pants. 

Six o!d churdies are includ- 
ed in this year's Pilgrimage: St. 
George's Churdi in Fredericks- 
burg, the boyhood church of Geo- 
rge Washington, Brandon Church 
in the parish of Marlins-Brandon, 
one of the earliest in Virginia, 
Merchants Hope Ciurch, named 
for the ship that brought early 
settlers to the Cc!ony, Vauters 
church in Ess?x. saved for pos- 
tsrity by chance when it was about 
to be demt^hed right after tne 
Revolution by vandals, Grace 
Church in Yorfetown, used by 
Comwalhs as a poM'der magazine, 
and old St. ^ha's where Patrick 



Henry voiced his moving phrases 
for liberty or death when the Con- 
verttion was meeting there just 
prior to tie Revolution. 

Because this is a church-orient- 
ed program parishioners welcome 
tourists to their beautiful estates, 
and from all over America guests 
have come year after year to 
tour Virginia's countryside when 
the leaves are just turning and 
each shady highway is a golden 
ardi dappled with ^dow. 

At lunch lime on Friday and 
Saturday of each week-end, you 
will be able to enjoy famous old 
Virginia delicacies served by the 



Women of the Church in the var- 
ious areas who use recipes handed 
down for generations. Brunswick 
stew, Sally Lunn rolls, Chicken 
Salad, Pecan Pie, Virginia's ma- 
hogany colored ham— all are treats 
to remember. On Sunday after- 
noon at tea time, you will feel 
you Clave stepped backward to the 
time when hospitality was part of 
the tradtion. 

Each of the two week-ends fea- 
tures a ^cific area. FtJt a bro- 
chure and further infornntipn, 
write Virginia's Annual Autumn 
Pilgrimage, 5 Westham Parkway, 
Richmond, Virginia. 



KIMU'B OKANT BAPTIST CHAPlX 

Meetint: In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant. Pastor 



GAS OROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, VirKinia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

141S Oceana Blvd. 
T. J. Ting-le, Pastor 



TIROINIA BEACH CUMMVUITT 
CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd.. Llnkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward. Pastor 

EPISC(H>AL 

BASTERX SHORE CHAPEL 

B. Sidney Sanders. Rector 



T.ABERNACLB METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Vircini* 
Robert H. Qamer. Minister 



THALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
WiUiam L. Ashar, Pastor 



SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Vintinta 
Emory S. Ellmore. Minister 



PRIhCESS AKNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

245 Roseniont Koad 
Rev. Melvin Huerhes, Pastor 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Aev, X.eonard B. Sraves, Jr. 



OALILBE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and PaciJic 
The Rev. Bklmund Berktley, Rector 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHVRCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPI8COPAL.CHURCH 

440 Witch Duck Road. Slyslde 



LONDON BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 

.'vondon Bridg^e, Virginia 
G. Edward Hughes, Pastor 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Rd. and Bdlnburg Drive 
Bev. L. J. Tailor, Jr., Vicar 



ST, 



THALIA X.VIHI BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Bea<-h Bh-d. adjomlng Princess 

High School 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Liiinhaven 
Rev. Melvin R. Boones, pastor 



FRAHCI8' BPISCOPAL CHURCH 

609 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crigger. Vicar 

FRIENDS 

FRIENDS HBBTIHO 

( Quaker) 
Laskln Road 



VIROINU BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18th Street 
Rev. Severiy Felly 



PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

ISth St. and Baltic Ave. 
Slwood Kern, Pastor 



PRJESBYTERIAN 

BAVSIDK PREHBTTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Corner 
Bev, J. E. Johnson, Pastor 



UNION KEMP8VILLB BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Bev. S. L. Scott, pastor 



BOW CBBER PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaza Trail 
Wenti J. MiUsr, Minister 



JEWISH 



LITTLE PINEY OROVE BAPTIST 
CHtBCH 

Creeds — Rev. J. M. Hall, pastor 



TEMPLE BMANUAL 

2fith and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Fbilip Plncus, Rabbi 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St.. Olenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



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BIG PINBY GROVE BAPTIST 
CBtRCH 

Prihress Anne 
Rev. Bodxer Steel, pastor 



LUIBERAN 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1200 Aracona Boulevard 
M. Bland DudVy. Minister 



EMANCAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

IjyiAl Shete f>rive at VirginiS Beach 
Kenneth A. Price. Pastor 



FIRST PREBBYTiaiAN CHURCH 

Pacific Am. at 3ath St. 
John S. Lyles, Pastor 



MORNING STAB BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 



EBENBZER BAPTIST CHURCH 

Re*, G. L. Parker, pastor 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHErHERD 

1489 Loskin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



KIMOfl OMNT PRESBYTBBUN 
CHURCH 

745 Little Neck Road 
Raymond C. Flltton. Pastor 



ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHURCH 

Davis Corner 

Rev. J. c. Fauntleroy. pastor 

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 

Birdneok Road 

BRETHREN 

GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Nee* at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington. Pastor 



CHRISTIAN 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregational) 
Shore Drive and Greenwell Road 

Earl L. Farrell, Minlater 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

Disdiilee of Christ 

6700 W. Uaden Road 

G. David Shrwves, Pastor 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 
^CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaugh, Pastor 



LYNNHAVE.N PRESBYTOIIAN 
CHURCH 

I^nnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINCE OF PEAIE LUTHERAN 
CSIURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medlv, Pastor 

NAZARENE 

OCEANA CHURCH OF THB 
NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd., Ocean» 
Paul R. Aldrich. Pastor 

METHODIST 

BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr, at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond B. Musi>er. Minister 



THALIA TRINITY PRB8BYTEBIAM 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D.- Crane, Minister 



WYCLIFFB PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem, Si'hool 
J. Stanton Blaln. Pastor 

ROMAN CATHOLIC 

rTAR OF THE SEA CATHOUO 
CHURCH 

14th St. and Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francis V. F^ambrick 




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111 Lo6ough Avenue 
■Rev. J. Frederick Parker 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Ocean* 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



BEECW GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
iLa* B. JMkinn. Pasto' 



ST. ORKqORY THE ORBAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Bea«h Blvd. 

Rpv. Flavian Yelinko. O.S.B. 

Rev. Paschal Knelp, O.S.B. 



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BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jackson. Pastor 



MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU.'i^^M 

lUlO Sandra Lane, Va. Beach 
Father O'Hsra, Father Findlay 



ST. 



COMMUNITY METHODIST CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rev. John L. Kibler, Jr. 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Vinrlnia Beach. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



FOUNDRY METHODIST CHURCH 

Va. Beaoh Blvd.. Lynnhaven 
WUUam H. Acosta. Minister 



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NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 Little Neck Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

209 20th Street 



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COMMONWEALTO of VIRGINIA 

'©J aHE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
fIHE OIRCUTr COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VHKMNIA BEACH ON 
.TIffi 25th Day of August, 1966. 

In the matter of: Adoption of 
WILLIAM D. SHIVERS, an infant 
By: 'I1H(M\S 0, ORGSBON and 
KATHRYN N. ORGSBON, peti- 

tiooers. 
ORDER OF PUW.ICATION 

The object of this suit is as fol- 
loys: TAKE NOTICE, that we 
will move the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on the 2nd 
day of September, 1966 at 10:00 
a.m. to grant its consent to the 
adoption of William Dionel Shiv- 
ers by Tiiomas D. Orgsbon and 
Kathryn M. Orgsbon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the natural 
father is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: Balti- 
more. Maryland, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do whatever may be neces- 
sary to protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 



• lEQAL NOTICES 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
1369 Laskin Ro£k1 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINU 

IN THE (XERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 26th Day of August. 1966. 
UEA RAE SMILEY MHI^R, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM HARRY MILLER. 

Defendant. 
O'lDER OR PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said defendant to dbtain a merger 
of a divorce a mensa et thoro into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
frcan the plaintiff on the grounds 
of cruelty and desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the plaintiff 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 5106 Belmont Ave., 
Dallas 1, Texa3, it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 



• LiOAL NOnCt 



A Copy— Teste: 

J. CURTIS FHiUPT, 
R. H. Hc^kins, Atty., 
206 Kresge Bldg., 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 



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VIRGINU: 

IN THE CmaJIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
On The 2^ Day of August, 1966. 
IN THE MATTEJR OF THE ES- 
TATE OF JULIAN B. TIMBER. 
lAKE, deceased. 

ORDER 

It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts <rf the 
Executor of the Elstate of Julian 
B. Tin^)a-lake, deceased, and of 
the debts and demands against 
the said estate, have been filed in 
the Cleric's Office of this Court, 
and that more than sa montlis 
have elapsed since the qualifica- 
tion of the Virginia National Bank, 
Executor of the said estate, on 
motmn of the said Executor, it is 
ORDERED that the creditors of 
Julian B. Timberlake and of his 
estate, and any other persons who 
may be interested in said eStsie, 
do appear in this Court on Sep- 
ten^r 30, 1966, and show cause 



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against the payment and delivery 
of the estate, witiwut refunding 
bonds, to those ottitl^ thm^to. 

It is further ORDERED that a 
copy of this <Htier be published 
once a week for two consecutive 
weeks in ^ Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper having general cir- 
culation in the City d Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
%: R. H. WEST, D. C. 
P. W. Ackiss. p.q. 
2413 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia 

9 1 2T 



LEGAL NOTICES 



CmiMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE Mth Day of August, 1966. 
HELEN LUCILLE HALE SAULS. 

Plaintiff, 
against 

WHLLIAM ALLEN SAULS, De- 
fendant. 

Order of PuUicatioq 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, on 
the grounds of desertion. 



And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address b^ing: New York 
City, New York, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within 10 
(ten) days dfter due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
cessary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JEANETTE S. JONES, D. C. 
Cromwell and Layton. p.q;* 
P. 0. Box 5211 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE G^ 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 22nd DAY Of AUGUST. 1966. 
GLORL\ G. ROWLEY, Plaintiff 
against 

WALTER A. ROWLEY. Jr.. De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro, 
to be in due time merged into an 
absolute divorce. 
And an affidavit having been 



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made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the la^ known post of- 
fice address being Chief's Bar- 
rack's, Charleston Navy Yard. 
Charleston, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Sacks. Sacks. & Kendall 
Virginia National Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk. Virginia 

9 1 fT 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 24th Day of AUGUST. 1966. 
lMLRIAM B. KIRBY, Plaintiff, 
against 

ROBERT 0. KIRBY. Sr., Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF iPUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 8, 1966 

Page 34 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

,-f i 

said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

Ami an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in b^lf of 
the compUnant to ascertain in 
which city or county the defrnd- 
ant is, without effect, the last 
known post office address being: 
741 Bottino Lane, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, it is ordered that he do 
afqwar here within 10 (ten) days 
after due pufciication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Ck>py— /Teste: 
JOHN V. FBNTRE^, Clerk 
By: J CURTIS FRUIT, D. C 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
136B Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



VffiGINIA: 

W WE CUBBX^ OMGE OF 
THE dRCUiFr COURT OF HBtl 
OVTY OF VIRGINIA BBACB ON 
THE 9Qi DAY OF AUGUST, 1906, 

IN CHANCERY NO. 10148 
GHESniER ARTHUR REEVES, 

Complainant, 
vs. 

QUHJLA SIMMONS Rf3EVES, 
Defendant 

Order of Publicatioo 

The object of the above styled 
cause is for the complainant to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo mat- 
rimonii from the defendant here- 
in upon a separation in excess of 
two (2) years with co-habitation 
or interruption, pursuant to Sec- 
tion 20-91 (9) of the 1950 Code of 
Virginia, as amended. 

And it appearing by affidavit 
duly filed according to law that 
process delivered to the City Ser- 
geant of the City of Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia for service on the defendant 
herein has been returned to the 
Court by that officer witii his re- 
turn thereon indicatk^ that the 
same has been m his hands for 
more than 21 days and he was 
unable to make service on the 
said defendant, and that the last 
known addr^s d the said QuiUa 
SimmoiK Reeves was 1256 Maltby 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, all in 
City and State aforesaid; it is 
theref(»^: 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED and 
DECREED, That the defendant, 
Quilla Sinunons Reeves, do appear 
within ten (10) days after due pub. 
licati<»i of this Onder and do what 
is necessary to protect her inter- 
est herein; it is further; 

ADJUDGED, 0fU»3t£3) ttid 
DECREED, That this Order be 
published once a week for four 
(4) successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Be£K:h Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy—Teste: 
.WHN V. FENTRESS. Qerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Herbert S. Reid, Jr. 
1673 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

8 18 4T 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE^N that 
pursuant to Sactio.is 29-125 and 
29-ia of the Cede (rf Virginia, the 
Commission of Game and Inland 
Fisheries, meeting at Richnwnd, 
Virginia. July 29, 1966. ordered 
the proposal rule and will hoH a 
Public Hearing for the {wrpose of 
adopting this proposed rule at the 
America Ifouse Motw Inn, Cape 
Charles, Virginia, 2:00 p.m.. S^ 
tember 30. 1966. 

It shall be unlawful to hunt 
geese and brant on Back Bay and 
its trrt)utaries and the marshes ad- 
jacent thereto, and on and along 
the shores d North Lant&ig River 
and marshes adjacent thereto, and 
on and along the shores of Lakes 
Tecumseh and Red Wing and the 
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ing is lawful. 

COMMISSION OF &A,\E AND 

LNL'VND FISHERIES 

J. CargilJ Johnson, Chairman 

_____ _ 9 8 IT 

0(»»IONWEALTH Of VmCINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S CFFICi: OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
The 31it day of August. 19K. 
mRRY a^UB. Waintiff, 
against 

SAMARA BAl«. Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLrcATlON 

Tbe object of this suit is to (^ 
tain a divorce a niensa et thoro 
to be later nierged into a divorce 
a vincdo nuitrimonii from the 
said defendam. upon the gnxads 
of exertion. 

And an affidavit having beat 
made and filed that dae diligeoce 
has bera exorised by the Com- 
plaimnt herein to ascertain in 
what City. County or Corporatioi) 
the Dcfoidam resides but to no 
avail ant that the said defendant 
a act » reitfatt of tf>e St»^ of 
Virgtaia, 0»* Imt known po« of- 
fice aJJieM beii^: c o Attaotic 
Hotel. 100 bbck Gradby Stzvet, 
Norfolk, Va.. it is <mler«d that 
she do apiMM- ken withm tm (M) 
days aft« dM ptMatUaa kmmt. 
ind do wtalever may be 



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• LEGAL NOTICED 



sary to protect her interest in this 

suit. 

A Ccpy-Teste: 

SOUN V. FEOTRESS, Clerk 

By: JuanKa S. Grimstead, D.C. 

Fred W. Richter, p.q. 

353 Law Buikling, Norfolk, Va. 

9 8 4T 



C(MMMONWEALTH Of VKtGfNIA 

m THE CLiBRKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIROUFT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
IHE ledj DAY OF AUGUST. 1966 
RICHAIO) F. KDW, Plaintiff, 
against 

SALLY A. KING. Drf^ant 
ORDER OF PUBUCATHfff 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
taki a (ivorce a vinculo matri- 
monii fr(»n the saki defendairt, 
apon the grounds of adultry. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a ncHi-resident of the State of 
Vkginia, the last known post d- 
tke address being: 2410 Rose Dr., 
Gretna, Louisiana, it is ordered 
that she do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
ho-eof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her interest a 
this suit. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
By: J. awns FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges. Broyles & McKeiffy 
1369 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

8 18 4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINU 

LN THE CLERK'S (WFICE (W 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
The 31st Day of August, 1968. 
EEWIN B. WERT2. Plaiirtiff. 
against 

FR-LVCES M. WEKTZ. Drfawlant 
ORDER Of PUnJCATKm 

Tlie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vtncuk) matri- 
monii from the said defenduit, 
up(H) the grounds of tmo yt&n 
separatkm. 

And an affidavit havii^ bees 
made and Qled that the defotdant 
Frances M. Wertx a oai a res- 
dent of the St^ of VbfiDia, the 
last known post d^ tAktat ke- 
ing: UOtt PiooMr BoulcvMid. Nn-- 
waSc, Califoraia, A k onkred ^^ 
she do appear here wllhta too <U) 
days after (kie pubUcitian bmtd. 
and da whit may be ntriomrj Is 
protect her albenn bi tilik •Bit 
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The deject of this sak is for 
the om^lainant to obtain from 
Oie defenthot a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii on tM grountk of mut- 
ml se{»ration in excess of two 
ymrs and affidavit having been 
made Mid defendant is not a res- 
ident of the State of Vn-gkua, ^e 
kl hra-eby required to ap^ar with- 
in t«j days after due pubiication 
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essary to protect her interests. It 
is ordered that this order be pii>- 
Mted once a week for four aic- 
cessive weel^ in the Va. Beach 
Sim. a newsp^qjer having a gen- 
eral circulation in this City. 
TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUTT, DC. 
Norman Olitsky, p.q. 
600 Court Street 



LEGAL NOTICES 



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COMMONWEALTB « VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERICS OFFICE OF 
TIffi: CIRKXJPr COORT OF THE 
CITY OF VmOKSA BEACH, ON 
•TOE 12lh DAY OF AUGUST, 1966. 
MARY CLYDE BROWIECHT, 

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• LEGAL NOTICES 



GEORGE DtXIGLAS BROD- 
RECHT. Defendant. 

Hie dbject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo matri- 
monii from ttie said defendant 
opwi the groiBKk of desertion. 

And an affidavit having hem 
made and filed timt the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the la^ fajown post crf- 
fice address being: 318 North Po- 
well Avefiue, Freeport, Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
witfain 10 (ten) days after due 
publicati(Hi hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in the suit. 
A COPT-TESTE: 
JOWJ V. FEMRiBSS, Clerk 
By: J. CUHTB FRUTT. D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. MuriAy, Atty. 
301 2Sth Street 
Virgima Beach, Virginia 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIECUTr COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGMIA BE^ACH 
On The 31st Day of August, 1966. 
ELIZABETH WALLACE; Com- 
plainant, 
vs. 

SE.'^iBOARO CITIZENS NATION- 
AL BANK, et al, Respondents. 
ORDER OP PUBLICATION 
The <rt>ject of this suit is to have 
a certain alleged Last Will and 
Testament and Codicils purported- 
ly executed by Adelaide M. Hayes, 
which were admitted to probate in 
the Clan's Office of the Circuit 
Court {rf the City oi Virginia 
Beach on the 13th day d January 
1966, declared invalid. 

And affidavit having been made 
and filed that Thomas J. Garrity, 
541 Harwood Avenue, Baltimore 
Maryland, Marion Quaile, 28-44 
Bell Boulevard, Bayside, Long 
Island, New York, Father Knoep- 
fel, S. J. St. Francis Xavier, 16th 
Street (between 5th and 6th Ave.) 
New York, New York, Katharine 
Buel, 79th and East River Drive. 
New York, New York, Moth«- 
Rose Lathn^ Home for Cancer 
Patients, Hawthorne. New York, 
Little Sisters of the Poor, New 
York, New York, Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, New York, New York, 
New York Assn. <rf the Blind, New 
York, New York, The Monastery, 
Union City, New Jersey, Home 
for the Aged, New YOric, New 
York, St, Elizabeth Hospital for 
Tii>ercular Patients, Bronx, New 
York, New York, Hospitfd for the 
Ruptured and Crippled, New York, 
New York, and Memorial Hospi- 
tal of New York City, New YOric, 
New York, are not residents of 
the State of Virginia; 

It is ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendants, namely 
Thomas J. Ganrity, Marion Quaile, 
Father Knoepfel, S. J., Katherine 
Buel, Mother Rose Lathrop Home 
for Cancer Patients, Little Sis- 
ters of the Poor, Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, New York Assn. of the 
Blind, The Monastery, Home for 
the Aged, St. ElizabetJi Hospital 
for Tubercular Patients, Hospital 
for the Ruptured and Crippled, 
and Memorial Hospital of New 
York City (to appear within ten 
days after due piAlication of this 
Order and do wiiat is necessary 
to protect their interests. 

It is further ORDEREH) that the 
foregoing pontion of this Order be 
puibiished once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper pidjlisJied 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

ELIZ,ABETH WALL.ACE 
By: Thomas C. ft-oyles, Counsel 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Juanrta S. Grimstead, D.C. 
Thomas C Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Vii-ginia Beach, Virginia 
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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINM SEACH 
ON THE 26th Day of .August. 1966. 
LN THE MATTCR OF TIffi ES- 
TATE OF m^aS G. SMITH, 
Deceased. 

(NtOER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of Ae accounts of the 
Executor of the Estate of Markm 
G. anith, deceased, and of the 
dtbts and demands against the 
said estate, have been filed in the 
Clerk's Office d Ais Court, and 
that more than six montiif have 
elapsed since the quaKfication of 
tile Virginia National Bank, Exec- 
irtor of the said estate, m motion 
of the said Executor, it is OR- 
DERED that the creditors of Mai^ 
ion G. Smith and of he- est^e. 
and any other persons who may 
be interred in said estate, do 
appear in the Court m S^anber 
30, 1986, and show cause again^ 
the payniHA and delher>' of the 
estate, withwrt rrfuncBng bonds, 
to those ettitkd thoeto 

U is furtiier ORDilCED tjiat a 
e(% (rf this (Htler be pd>Ushed 
once a wvric lor tnt) eotisecutive 
w«te hi fte ^ilfria Btech Sun. 
a w»-sp3fer havii^ general cir- 
<*tatow ia tl* Cky of Virghua 
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• LEQAL NOTICES 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oak 
By: R. H. WST. D. C. 
P. W, Acfclss, p.q. 

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2413 Pacific Ave., 
Va. Besch, Va. 



COMMONWEALIH Of VHMINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHE 
CITY OF VIRGEa\ BEACH, ON 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST. 19a, 
JfMES C MICKELSON, Plain- 
tiff, 
against 

DomA JEAN ima^isoN. 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a dirorce a vinculo matri- 
m<Hui from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-residoit of tiie State of 
Vu-ginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 13092 Yorva 
Avenue, Santa Ana, California, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TBSTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 
By: MARY M, WHITE, D. C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1389 I^sMn ROad 
Virginia Beach, Virgmia 

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COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGIMA 

W THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIROUIT COmT OF TIffi 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 3rd DAY OF AUGUST, 1966, 
THERiES.'V LEORA HEDGE BLE- 

VTNS, Plaintiff, 
against 

BILLY EUGENE BLEVINS. De- 
fendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defend- 
ant, up<»i the grounds of desertion 
and that defendant has been sen- 
tenced to confinement in the pen- 
itentiary of this State. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resideirt and that due 
diUgence has been used by and 
on behalf of the plaintiff to de- 
termine the wiiereabouts of the 
defendairt without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with, 
m ten (10) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his inter- 
est in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: MARY M, WHTTE, D. C. 

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• LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE 
VIRGINU: 

The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
on Monday, September 12, 1986 
at 2 o'clock P.M. at which time 
persons will be heard for and ag- 
ainst the following proposed chan- 
ges of zoning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of Atlas Realty 
Co. by Garland M. Layton, Attor 
ney, for a change of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 (R- 
D 21 to Limited Conmiercial Dis- 
trict 3 (C-L 31. 

Parcel 1: On certain property 
fronting 68.88 feet on the North 
side of Judge Lane, formerly Cove 
Court, a dl^ance of l«.ll feet on 
tde Eastern property line. (West- 
ern property line of Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel). Bayside Bor- 
ou^. 

II. Application of Mrs. P. F. 
Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Jdin 
L. Judge by Garland Layton. At- 
torney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) of certain prop- 
erty fronting 397 fe^ more or less 
on the East side of Pleasure 
House Road, boundal on the South 
by Powells Point Road, having a 
depth of 3TO.71 feet, bounded on 
the East by the Western limits of 
the Bridge-Tunnel Road right d 
way, having a depth of 36732 feet, 
tounded on tte North by Judge 
Lane, formerly Cove Court, having 
a width of 247 fe^, more or less. 
Bayside Borough. 

m. AHriication of Waher H. Ri- 
ddick for a change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 3 (R- 

5 3i to General Ctonanercial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Permk 
fw a gasoline sap^y station on 
the Southeast intersertion «rf North- 
hamptffii Boulevard and Wesleyan 
Drive, fronting 200 feet on the 
South side d Northamptra Boule- 
vard. Bayside Borough. 

IV. j^ication of Linwood Wri. 
ght for Virgima National Baidc by 
P. W. .^ckiss. AttOTiey, for a 
chaise of zoning from Residence 
Suburban Dirtriet 3 (R-S 3i to 
Linited Conraercial District 1 <C- 
L It flC «r«iiB pn^wly looted 
on the Northwest comer of B<hi- 
ney Road and South WkcMuck 
Road, fronting WBM feet on the 
North side of Boaney Boad. Keoi- 
psvifll ficttOi^. 

V, AfpiicAxm of Botja A. Cul- 



p^per and VtMam A. BSoPherson 
for a daa^ of ztmfaig from Res- 
idaice Si^urfeSn Di:*rict 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial EMstrict 1 
(ChL 1) to ofperate a plant and 
shrubbery nursery on certmn 
property located 301.49 feet West 
of Woodstock Road, fronting 192.74 
feet along the Nortii side of Prov- 
idence Road. KetnpsviUe Borou^. 

VI. Apidication of Richard M. 
Waitzer for a Use Permit to aai- 
struct a medical and dental build- 
ing fronting 200 feet on tiie West 
side d Fir^ Cobnial Road, be- 
ginning at a point ICO North of 
EJason Road. Lyimhaven Borough. 

VTI. Applicatton of Dr. A. Q. 
Jarrett for a change of zoning 
from Resident* Suburban District 
3 (R-S 3) with Motel and Tourist 
and Restaurant District (T-2) Sap- 
plement to Multiple Family Res- 
idence District (R-M) 'and a Use 
Pemut to construct a professional 
office building on certain property 
frraiting 93.78 feet wi the South 
side of Laskin Road, beginning at 
a point 618 feet more or less West 
of Birdneck Road. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ou^. 

VIII. Application of Birdneck 
Towers, Inc. by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

3 (R-S 3) to Multiple Family Res. 
idence District (R-M) and a Use 
Permit to construct a high rise 
luxury apartment wiUi 126 apart- 
ment units located at the North- 
west comer of Cardinal Road and 
Laskin Road, fronting 652.47 feet 
on the North side of Laskin Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

IX. Application of Norfolk Bap- 
tist Association for a Use Permit 
to construct a church on certain 
property fronting 370.82 feet on the 
Western skle of Little Neck Road 
beginnii^ at a point 1565.36 feet 
North of Kings Grant Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

X. Application of Delta Building 
Corporation by Owen and Guy, 
Attorneys, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

4 (R-S 4) to General Commercial 
District 2 (C-G 2) and Limited 
Commercial District 2 (OC 2). 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 2: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
at the Northwest intersection of 
Lee Highlands Boulevard and 
South Lynnhaven Road and run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet more 
or less along the West side of 
South Lynnhaven Road and a dis- 
tance of 170 feet more or less 
along the Northern side of Lee 
Highlands Boulevard. 

Parcel 2 to be Ci. 2: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
150 feet more or less North of 
the intersection of South Lynnha- 
ven Road and Lee Highlands Bou- 
levard. Said parcel fronting 320 
feet more or less along the West- 
em side of South Lynnhaven Road, 
Princess Anne Borough. 

XI. Application of Cardinal Es- 
tates, Inc. for a Use Permit to 
operate a mobile home trailer 
rental park on certain property 
located on the East side of Swal- 
low Drive, North side of Finch 
Avenue and the West side of Sky- 
lark Drive. Said parcel is desig- 
nated as Lots 1 through 12, 14 
through 30, and 32 through 36, 
Block E. Cardinal Elstates. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XII. Applicaticin of A. D. Mil- 
ler and (3erald Verdon by Owen 
B. Pickett, Attorney, for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-1) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-3) and a 
Use Permit to construct 22 apart- 
ment units, beginning at a point 
on the North side of 18th Street, 
83.5 feet East of Mediterranean 
Avenue, a distance of 160 feet on 
the North side of l»th Street. Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

XIII. Application of Mr. & Mrs. 
George H. Leary for a Use Permit 
to construct 31 additional units for 
the Homestead Hotel on the E^st 
?ide of Atlantic Avenue begimring 
at a point 150 feet North of 22nd 
Street, running a distance of 151 
feet on the East side of Atlantic 
.Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

XIV. AppMcMron of David I. Le- 
vine, et al, for changes of zoning 
from Residence Di^lex District 2 
'R-D 2> and Limited Cormnercial 
District 1 (C^L V to Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) with 
Motel and Tourist and Restaurant 
District (T-a» Suf^lement, Gener- 
al CommetJial District 1 (CG 1), 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C. 
L 1» and Multiple Fanily Resi- 
dence District (R-M) m certain 
property located TOO feet more or 
less East of Great Neck Road, 
running from tiie Chesapeake Bay 
Southwardly to Long Creek and 
extending Eastwardly a distance 
of 1335 feet more <k less to the 
Western property line of Cape 
Story-By-theSea. and Use Painits 
for ramp parkii^. iSM units of 
high rise apartments, marina ser- , 
vice and boat r«np. private club 
with restaurant, conv»tion cen- ' 
ter, recreatiOT and fine arts cen- i 
ter. More detaikd infamaUon in 1 
the Office of the City Pkmning i 
Osnmission Lynnhaven Borough. ' 

XV. Application of North Bay I 
DevelojHnem Cmforatim for a 
change of zoning from .^icullui - 
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• LEGAL NOTICES 



UaretrictBd District (A-U) to Res- 
ident:e SiAta-baw Di^ct i (R-S 
J), Residence Si*urhan DlstrkS 3 
CRS 3), Residence Dujrfex tfet- 
rict 1 (R-D 1). Gen«-al Commer- 
cial DLrtrict 2 COG 2), MultfJe 
,F»n% Reiadfence District (R-M> 
and Motel and Tourist airi Res- 
taurant Distrkt (T-2) Supplranent 
on certain propw-ty bounded on 
the East by Sandhridge Beach 
frotn SunfWi Lane to Deep Ditch 
Spit, bounded on the South by 
North Bay. on the East by Hell 
Point CreA and mardilands and 
property now or formerly W. G. 
Burton and on the Nwth by prop- 
erties now or formerly R. L. Bell 
and Rainey's Pond. Said propwty 
encompass^ 2,000 acres more or 
less. More detailed information irf 
the (Mce of the City Planning 
Qwnmission. Pungo Borou^. 

XW. Application of American 
Land Company for a change of 
zoning from Agricultural Unre. 
stricted District (A-U) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) and 
General Commwciai District 1 
(C-G 1) and a Use Permit for a 
motel, restaurant with entertain- 
ment facilities, small boat marina, 
marina sales and service; and a 
Use Permit to operate two gaso- 
line supply stations. 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning at the 
Southern-most boundary line of 
Sandbridge Beach and running in 
a Southerly direction 400 feet abng 
the ^res of the Atlantic Ocean, 
thence running in a Westerly di- 
rection along the Northern prop- 
erty line d property belonging to 
the City of Virpnla Beach (Little 
Island Recreation Area) to the 
shores of Back Bay, thence run- 
ning in a Northerly direction 400 
feet more or less to the Southern, 
most property line of Sandbridge 
Beach, thence in an E^aetrly di- 
rection along said line to the 
shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and 
to be excluded from this area and 
to be zoned General Commercial 
District 1 (C<i 1). 

Parcel 2 to be C-G 1: On cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
on the Southem-nKjst boundary 
line of Sandbridge Beach and the 
extension of Sandpiper Road run- 
ning in a Southerly direction a 
distance of 150 feet along said 
road, then along the Southern 
boundary line a distance of 120 
feet, running along the Eastern 
property line 150 feet, along the 
Northern property line a distance 
of 120 feet. 

Parcel 3 to be &G 1: (to cer- 
tain property beginning at a point 
250 feet more of less South of the 
Southern property line of Sand- 
bridge, along the Eastern prop- 
erty line of the extension of Sand- 
piper Road, a distance of 150 feet, 
120 feet along the Southern boun- 
dary line, running a distance of 
150 feet atong the Eastern boun- 
dary line, running 120 feet along 
the Northern property line. More 
detailed informatlori in the Office 
of the City Planning Commission. 
Pungo Borough. 

XVII. Application of Bell Cor- 
poration for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) and Multiple 
Family Residence District (R^Mi. 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 3: Beginning 
at a point 625 feet more or less 
South of the intersection of Plan- 
tation Road and Great Neck 
Road, fronting 1160 feet more or 
less on the West side of Relocated 
Great Neck Road, 330 feet more 
or less on the Southern property 
line, a combined distance of ISfis" 
70 fee* more or less along the Wes- 
tern property line (Old Greot 
Neck Road). 360 feet more or less 
on the Northern property Une. 

Parcel 2 to be R-M: 'Certain 
property located at the Southeast 
corner of Plantation Road and 
Great Neck Road and running in 
a Southerly direction a distance 
of 2300 feet more or less along 
the East side of the Proposed 
Great Neck Road, a distance of 
150 feet along 8ie Southern prop- 
erty line, and a distance of 2200 
feet more or less along the West- 
em fffc^)erty line of Point 0'- 
Ww)ds, a distance of 100 feet more 
or less along the South side of 
Plantation Road. Lynnhaven &)r- 
ough. 

XVni. Ai^lication of J. Radi- 
kind sad Martin L. Rosen for a 
change of zoning from General 
Industrial District 1 (M-I li to 
General Industrial District 3 iM- 
I 3) on certain property located 
at the Southeast Intersection of 
Princess Anne Road and Norfolk 
and &xithern Railway Right of 
Way. running a ckstance of 965 
feet more or less along the South 
side of tfie Norfolk and Southern 
Railway Right of Way. a distance 
of m feet more or less along the 
South side of Princtes Anne Road, 
a ccmbired dirt««;e d 544 fefsi 
along the Eastern property Ime 
and a distance of Ho feet m)re 
or 1^ along the Western prt^rtv 
line. Eastern ^ttpwty hne o'f 
Newtown Road. More detailed m' 
formatrai m ll» Olice of the ft, 
Plmniog Commission Kemp,sv. 
Borou^. 

JCtti V. FTRtR^. City C e k 
B>. SL\RG.\RET ft. HOW, DC. 



• LMAL NOTICES 



GOMMONWIALTH Of ViBGINU 

IN THE CUaiK'S OFFIO: OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

.^ CITY OF vmamiA beach, on 

THE 15th DAY OF AUGUST, 1966 
EVmJm G. HARBflL. Plaintiff, 

ALTON J. HARRELL, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATHm 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mrasa et thoro, 
to be in due time merged into i 
^vorce a vinculo matrimrajii, 
from the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion and abandon- 
ment- 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due dSigence 
has been used by or on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in what 
county or city the defendant is 
. without effect, the last known po^ 
office address being: 3529 Rain- 
tree Road, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that he do ap- 
pear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due pii)licati(Mi hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRiESS, Clerk 

By: J. CURTIS FRUrr, D. C. 

Mssrs. Owen & Guy, Attys., p.q. 
4566 Virginia Beach Boulevani 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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• LEGAl NOTICES 

and that an^htf co{9 of this or- 
der be mailed to each of the de- 
foidants who are named above, 
with Po^ Office addresses as giv- 
en in the affkiavit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
.By: J. OUHTK FHUIT. D.C. 
William L. P«-k» 
Virginia National Bank Building 
Norfolk, Vir^iia 
Counsel for Conplaioant 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIJE21K'S OFHCE OF 
THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, Oti 
the 19th day of August, 1966. 
ROBERT D. RUFFiN, Executor 
of the Estate of THOMAS DAM 
AiSS VVfSLEY, Deceased, 
CoRq)lainant. i 

vs. 

HELEN SHELDON TAGGART, 
et ab, Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
tbe object of the above entitled 
suit is to determine who are the 
heirs at law and distributees of 
Thomas Dammes Wesley, Deceas- 
ed, entitled to the real and per- 
sonal iHX>perty of which he died 
intestate, and to distribute the net 
intestate assets remaining for dis- 
tribution among them. Thomas 
Dammes Wesley was b<m in the 
City <rf New York on Mard> 6, 
1873, and was the son of Augustus 
Dammes and Margaret Sophia 
Rose, his wife. Hie original name 
of Thomas Dammes Wesley was 
Thomas Wesley Dammes. On Feb- 
, ruary 6, 1901, Part 2 of the Su- 
preme Court of the State of New 
York held in and fw the County 
of New York, upon the petition of 
Thomas Wesley Dammes, then re 
siding at 41 East 68th Street, iii 
the Borough of Manhatten, City 
of New York, entered an order 
authorizing him to change his 
name to Thomas Danmies Wesley, 
by whidi last mentioned name he 
was known for the remainder of 
his life. Thomas Dammes Wesley 
was a Presbyterian minister who 
died in the City of Virginia Beach, 
formerly the County of Princess 
Anne, State of Virginia, August 1, 
1964, where he had lived for nany 
years preceding his deatli. And it 
appc'aring by affidavit filed ac- 
cording to law, that the defend- 
ants Helen Sheldon Taggart, Tho- 
mas Baldwin Sheldon, Jr., Mrs- 
Anne George, Howard Daronjes, 
Edward Dammes, Mrs. B. Brad, 
en, Mrs. Fred Wurple, Mrs. R. 
Gito, Mrs. Walter Graham, Miss 
Mae Dammes, Wesley Dammes, 
Miss JUl Arlyn Dammes. Miss 
Gertrude A. Damm», Miss Lulu 
Dammes, Douglas H. Ro&s, Mrs. 
Rcbert Bartlett, Mrs. Shirley 
Chipnan, Mrs. Lee S. Brenner, 
Richard Ross. Mrs. Mary Rase 
Brown. Donaki Stirling Ross, Mrs. 
Edmond duPont, Thomas Edward 
Ross, II, Miss Lilian Averell Ross, 
Miss Margaret Jane Ross, Mrs. 
Anna Ross Taylor, Miss ElizM)eth 
Ross, Mrs. Josephine Ross Miller, 
Mrs. Doris Bell H«HTiilton, Mrs. 
Hazel Bell Brady. Mrs. Mary Bell 
deVilliers, Miss Suzanne E^rona 
Bell, Robert ArnoW. Lillian Arn- 
old, Minnie Arnold Farnsworth, 
Henry Brien, Jr., Robert Brien, 
Lilian R- Law, Robert Law, are 
acA residents of this state, it te 
therefore ORDERIS) that these 
pers<His appear witUn 10 days af- 
ter due publicati<Hi of this order, 
in the Clerk's Ctffice of our said 
Circuit Court, and do what is nec- 
essary to protect their intererts. 
And it appearing from said affl- 
davit tiiat there may be persmis 
interred in the sii>jed to be di- 
vidrtl or disposed of in this suit, 
heirs at la*' of Thomas Dammes 
Wesl^. Deceased, whose names 
are uricnown. such unknown per- 
sons also shall appear within 10 
days after due publication of this 
order, in the Clerk's Office of our 
saki Circuit Court and do what is 
necessary to protect their iirter- 
ests. Aral it is furtfwr ORISIRSS) 
that this ord«- be published once 
* a week for 4 successive weeks in 
the Virginia B^ch Sun. a newi- 
pi^ier published in the City of Vir. 
ginia Beach. And it is further OR- 
DOIED that a oo^ of this order 
bt psstsd at t^ foot iear «l lU 
cmiitbKHC. u praacMMd by law, 



COAIMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

m THE CLBFOCS OFFICE OP 

THE cnRCurr court of the 

CITY of VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 18th Day of August, 1966. 
VIRGINIA L. SMITHLEY, Plam- 

tiff, 
against 

GiJOflGe ALBERT SMITHLEY, 
Jr., Defendant 
OitDER OF PUBLICATION 

The (rt)ject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having beoi 
made and fUed that the def«idant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; HS 5, Quonset 
Point, c/o Fleet Post Office, New 
York, N. Y., it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— TESTE: 
JOMN V. FENTRiSS, Cleric 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty., p.q. 
301 -2Mi Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

8 25 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

JN T9ffi CIRCUrr COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGWIA BEACH 
On The aeth Day of Augu^, 1966. 
In the MattCT of VIRGIMA NA- 
TIONAL BANK. Executor oi the 
Estate of C. D. BARNARD, De- 
ceased. 

SmW CAUSE ORDER 
It ^jpearing to the Court that 
a rq)ort of the accounts of Vir- 
ginia National Bank, Executor of 
the Estate of C. D. Barnard, de- 
ceased, and of the ddsts and de- 
mands against his estate has been 
fUed in the Clerk's Office d this 
Court, and that six months have 
elapsed since the qualification, on 
motion of said Virpiia National 
Bank, Executor, of the Estate of 

C. D. Barnard, deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors of, 
and all others interested in, the 
E^ate of C. D. Barnard, deceas- 
ed, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 6th day of October, 
1966, before this Court, in its 
courtroom, against the payment 
and delivery o[ the Estate of C. 

D. Barnard, deceased, to the dis- 
tributees without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: R. H. WEST, D. C. 
Willcox, Savage. Lawrrace, Dick- 
son * Spindle, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

9 1 4T 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 



mHmtffffn 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thurscby, September 8, 1966 






\msmttm 
set N. vammt witimn 

Nwfclk, VlfgMa 
FImhm: iSMRS 
> jfta. lie. 



10 Sptcial Notfns 



REWEAVING 

For a reasonable price - (hose 
stets, p«)ts and uniforms can be 
rea«fy fw wwh: — anywhere! CaH 
428-1428. 8 11 4T 



OAPTOffiS BY CASSANDRA. Avail 
able by phoning 428-9096, be^eeii 
6 tsoA 9 KM. 6 16 TEN 

la LOST -FOUND 

Vardell Hall Ring l^ and lady's 
watch with scarab band. At beach. 
Reward $10. 42S-1371, 

9 8 IT 



EA^PLOYMENT 



40 Help Wantatf— F«mal« 



KB.LY GIRLS 

INvialoaof 

KEUY SERVICES 

Has Top Auignmeiite 

AT TW» PAY 

Fw ExperiMced 

OKKETARIES 

KEY PUNC» OPERATORS 

STENOGRAPHERS 
latienMag Tenipanry Wark 
■t tile best fboM la TMewater 
ForMCTvkwaad 



CALL K^Y SERVICES 
627-3742 - 6274)1 f1 



F^w UcMw: M B«Hh St 
c(|iud 0|)|RR(BB!t^ EHiplu*ef 



T964 MOORS 

vmD 3 DR H/T. Factwy Air. 
Automatic P. S. ^WUte 
wifii red interi<H-. |l>IMJft 
WVIKD 4 DR. H/T. V6 automatic 
P.6. White with red inter- 
ior. ItJflMNI 
FMID 2 DR. H/T*. V8 AutdlKitic 
F£. Blue with matching 
interior. IMWJ8 
CHEVEIXE Super Sport. 3M 306 
iI.P. 4 9eed. Nas- 
sau Biue. A real 
buy at |>,6H.M 
CHEVROLET 4 DR. bnplBla. 8 
cylinder. Automat- 
ic. Green with 
matching interior. 
$2,595.00 
CHEVROLET Conv. Super Sport. 
Automatic. Nassau 
Blue. $2,685.00 
CMIVETTE 427 - 425 H.P. Out- 
side Pipes. 4 speed, 
grey with black top. 
Black interior. 

$4,495.00 
CORVETTE 427 - 425 H.P. Bur- 
gandy with tan in- 
terior. $4,495.00 
CORVETTE ^ — 390 HP. 4 
speed. Nassau blue 
with white top. 

$4,395.00 
VALL\NT 4 DR. 6 cylinder. Stan- 
dard shift. Under fac- 
tory warranty. 

$1,695.00 
MUSTANG Fast Back. , 287 4 
speed. Radio and 
heater.- Dark green 
with black interior. 
$2,595.00 
MUSTANG Coupe. 288 4 speed. 
Radio and heater. 
Whitewall tires. Like 
new. $2,595.00 

MUSTANG Coupe. 289 Automatic. 
Bench type seat. Blue 
with matchi:^ inter- 
ior. S2,5»5.00 

1965 MODELS 
CHEVROLET Conv. V8 automat- 
ic. YeUow wth 
blue interior. 

«2,195.00 
CHEVRM^T Conv. V8 automat- 
ic Factory air. 
Tan. A real nice 
car. $2,395.00 

CHEVROLET Super Sport. V8 
automatic. P. S. 
Dark green with 
black interior. 

$2,395.00 
CHEVROLET 2 DR. H T V8 au- 
tomatic. P.S. Fac- 
tory air. $2,3«;.00 
FORD Country Squire. 6 cylinder. 
Automatic. Under factory 
warranty. $2,195.00 
FORD Galaxie 500. 4 DR. H/T 
White with red interior. 
Under warranty. $2,296.00 
CORVETTE 327-365 HP. 4 
speed. Dark green 
with black interior. 
$3,496.00 
MUSTANG Coupe. 6 cylinder. 
Standard shift. Grey 
with white interior. 
$1,796.00 
MUSTANG Csnv. V8. Automatic. 
PS. Red witCi white 
top. $2,005.00 
BUICK Grand Sport. V8. 4 spesd 
PS. k P.B. Factory Air. 
A real buy at $2,396.00 
MERCURY 2 DR. H/T. V8. Au- 
tomatic PS. Bur- 
gandy with tan irrter- 
ioc- $2,296.00 
MERCEDES-BENZ 190 D. Dies- 
el. Radio & 
heater. Like 
1 new. 
$2396.00 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



Pa^fM . 



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SWAP'HIRE • BU 



Rfi.r s^ji-k'> hire "BUY • sell- RENT' swap -mi.;' 



LOW COST 



ClASSIHEDADSGErRBSURB 



-SEli.' Pciir-4l • s/^A,D . |^|RE • BU 



RE:NT- SWAP -HIRE' BUY- SELL- RENT 



IM^LOYMQ^ 



40 H«tp Ww rt i J Nmat i 



Waib«ss, e]^ri«ieeii. Year round 

positwn. Apply Kue Flame Bes- 

taurant, 18B4 Virgnu Beach Blvd. 

8 25 TFH M 

Attentkm school tetters! Ocean 
side. 114 65a street. 3 oearooRis. 
$130. All utilities furmiited. Apply 
at rear or call collect. Ridmond- 
aBM377. 8 25 TFN 



EMPLOYMENT 



42 Hdp Wanted 
Male or Female 



HIHI B '^MHIB HBM HIP H 

iTinillWMMB 




ARTHUR SAYS 



CaO this number for informao 
tion about top*paying tam- 
porenr K^ with Kelly Girt. 

SERVICES 

"EQUAL oppoimnHrr imnovEB* 



Hotel he^>. Girls - prrfer cdlege 
studeirts. Waitress and maid until 
Labw Day or fenger. Males for 
lu^ clerk or beU-h(^ and dishes. 
Middle aged female day clerk. 
Room, board, miif<HYns, salary. 
No phone calls. Applications for 
next season available. Doli^in Ho- 
t^. 8 H TFN 

43 Poxttion Want«d— Famaia 

I will baby sit and do light house- 
keeping. Have own transportation. 
Call 4284900. 8 18 HFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



44 Position Want>d— Male 

TUTOR — Elementary and Hi^ 

^School subjects. Norfoflt or Vir- 

gnia Beach area. 340-4484. 6-9-tfa 



60— instructions 



41 Holp Wanted— Malt 



Sell KNAPP SHOES part or full 
time. Earn $25 to $150 a week on 
aigh contMnissions and bonus. Stea- 
dy year-round business. Equip- 
ment furnished free. Write to Lee 
Nasser^ KnfQjp Sioes, Brockton, 
Mass. 9 8 22 

Janitors - with experience. Attrac- 
tive position. Excellent salary and 
fringe benefits. Apply housekeep- 
er, General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 8 25 2T 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experienco necessary. 
$85-$l25 weeUy. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room r«it. Safe- 
way Taxi, 3782 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464^262. 9-23-tfB 

MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

l^piats 

Stenographers 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacrat to Virginia Beach. 

NO F££ 
Time off between jobs whoi de- 
sired—work on these temporary 
jobs when convement to you. 
Phone now for interview and j(^ 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5.27-tfia 



Bridge lessons: All phases, point 
count, elements of play, card com- 
binatbns, conventions, biddmg. 
Now registering students for clas- 
ses starting middle of SQ>tember. 
Telephone 428-5122, Mrs. Betty At^ 
kinson. 8 18 4T 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



Portable dishwasher - Lady Ken- 
more. Used 16 months. Copper- 
tone. Perfect condition. $135.00. 
Call 4284718. 

9 8 IT 



111 Apartmerits Furnished 

1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Win- 
ter or yearly rates. 1 block from 
Ocean. In tl^ heart of the beach. 
Call 42&«713. 9 1 TFN 



1 bedroom, carpeted, air-condition- 
ed. 310 45th Street. Call 428«!87. 
Available S^tember 5th - June 
15th. 9 1 IFN 

Cavalier Drive, 306. 3 and 5 room 
apartments furnished. Modem, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 4284206 
or MA 24575. 7 21 TFN 



BACIffiLOR AR-UHMENTS 
Large studio living-bedroom with 
full kitchen and dining area, 
te-eakSast bar, tiled bath- with tub 
and shower. All linens, caoKing 
iftensils, dishes and utilities fur- 
nished. Weekly maid service and 
TV optwnal. 90 day minimum. 
Summertime luxury at winter time 
rates. Call 428-6643. 

9 1 TFN 



1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in clq^et. Cen. 
trally located 4 btodcs frwn beach" 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 4284960. 7 28 TFN 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9616. M«-t£B 



REWTAL REAL ESTATE 



ldOIOC»MSK>Rt0IT 



Single room, private bath. Pri- 
vate entraice, on ground floor. 
Tel^hone and television. Gentle- 
man preferred. Referoices require- 
ed. 406^668. 

9 8 ar 



Austin's Court Motel Apartment?, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities hu> 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By werk or 
month. 

tfn 

APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2^ 



28th Street. 3, 4 and 5 room new- 
ly furnished heated apartments. 
Block to ocean. Centrally located. 
MA 7-9117. 

9 8 IT 



2 .be(fa-ooms. 5601 Atlantic Ave. 
$125 monthly. 318 30th Street $110 
nxmthly. Heat and water included 
in each. Call 428-74S3 or appXy at 
116 56th Street. 

98T1FN 



1 bedroom downstairs furnished 
apartment. Call 428-7866 after 2 
PM. 9 8 TPN 



R EAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Houses For Sale 

By owner. Two bedrooms, bath, 
kitchen, screened porch. Large lot. 
Desirable location. North End 
Beach. Shown by appointment on- 
ly. Write Virginia Beach Sun, Box 
140, Virginia Beach. 

9 8 2T 



Wolfsnare Plantatioi. 2332 Planta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & 
large den on corner lot. $21,900. 
Mr. DeHart, 340«ei, 340^11, 340- 
4971. 8 25TF1V 



Wolfsnare Road, No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 bath with car port. $12,- 
500. DeHart 340-8591, 34^8311, 340. 
4971. . 8 25 'tfn 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 

1 24 Houses FoP Saio 

3 and 4 bedroom, 2 bath, bride 
Ranch and 2 story hcnnes. G.I., 
F.Hj\. financing availdbA9jC«ll 
Anchor Realty anytime. 4M$74|1. 
Membo: of MLS and NLS. li»<n 

125 Lots For Sale 

SACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Charity CSiurcfa- 2^'« 
acre. Ready to buMd on. Priee 
$2,200. Phone 340e$ll, 94»40n, 
340«91. 341-410 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 

i'. iiilid \iii ii ,111 • »,iiPi .1 
--, i.ili/iiii; lii l!ii .inc ~ 



\Wa\ ISi.ilf. I 
S.il( s \| \ .VMiM 



Schopl teadiers! Apeitnnei^ and 
rooms. Watofron^.^Sttim heated. 
Available September 4th. All util- 
\\kh fumiahed, including televis- 



vsi. Call 



9 8 TFN 



30 Appliance Services 



Nonci:! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 
Let us help you witli that new 
home — additions — or repairs. 
We can fin-nish materials from 
basement to attk and aid you in 
financing. 
rtone: Kellam & Eaton. Inc. 
(1) 426-2661 
426^750 
4B64B37 

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NOW HEAR THIS- 

KELLY TECHNICAL 

DIVISION OF 
KELLY SERVICES 

has opportuiyties far 

men with technical ridlis 

TOP PAY DEGREE AND 

NON DEGREE 

Interesttag Temporary 

Assignments 

for short or long durattai fas 

Tidewater ar otiier cttles 

Coast to CoMt aad Ahteed 

Said rcaunm ta 

KELLY SERVKES 

60S Boodi Sta«ct, Norfolk, Va. 

For additioMl lidwiaaliSB 

Call 627-0191 

Equal OnNirtuaity 



109 Apti.y Fum.—Unfum. 

ONE BECSiOOM furnished apart- 
ment. One ^ficioicy apartment. 
Year round. Call 42fr«6e6 or 428- 
2724. ^ 3-17-tfn 

110— Aparfnwnts Unfurn. 

Duplex - 2 bedrooms, oil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Avail- 
able October 1st. 315 22nd Street. 
Call 428-'lM0 or 428^13. 

9 8 3T 



1 bedroom apartments completely 
hirnished. All uUUUes included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. No lease 
required. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. 
9 8 TFN 



1 1 1 A— Furnished Hout e« 

TEACHERS - IMILITARY 

Furnished Houses and Apartments 
in North Virginia Bea:h. Call C. 
Bernard Brown 428-3244 or 128- 



9 8 4T 

113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroMn $55. 2 bedroom $75 $125. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real 
ty. 42^7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



111 Apartments Furnished 



3 or 4 roOTi apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2^13. 

8 18 TFN 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



(XIMPUTER 
TOfiEIXHOUBS 



S«B)dde Motel apartmo^. 1. 2 or 
3 rooms. All lAilities furnished. 
Rental by week or mimtb. Call 
«W404. 8 4 TFN 



1 bedroom etfidmcy iq»artments. 
196 to $75 mcMithly. Convenient to 
shc^^g. laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. CaH 42B-943S. 

825 TFN 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover. 
Sates and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient iqiairs. Pick up and de- 
liva7. Wwne 428-4222. F\id 
I-^eed ft Building Supplies, tar. 

tfe 

31 Building— JtepalrloB 



PALVriXG wanted. Small jiAs. 
interior or exterior. Call 428-75K. 
_^_^___ 98 TFN 

36 Home Maintenarce 

AH Safe Oarprt Cleaning. New 
nwUhod, to* prices, rapid drying, 
M rfyjelwgs. Guaranteed work 
and licensed. Free emanate. Call 

m/^sm orMMSse. 

8 W Ifti 



Need 3 salesmen or 
to sell houses electronicaUy. Our 
(XXMPUTER will setect every 
house that meets your cUo^ re- 
quirements in 2 minutn. fren ap- 
proximately ISOS we have for ad*. 
This ultra-modsm selling te^idque 
is the greats advance in IM 
Estates sales in SO years. Ymi are 
invite! to we tfie CCBIPWIS at 
any time. Call J. F. Prttft, 340- 
3232 or b<»De 



Resideirtial (Mas 
381 Vb«iaia BMch 



115 Houses-Furnished 



Attoititm school teachers! Ocean 

si<te. H4 65th Street. 3 bedrooms. 

$»0. All utilities furnished. Af^ly 

at rear or call collect. Richmond. 

288-3277. 

8 25 TFN 



B. I. JAFPE AND 
ASBOCUTES 

AimJATIO* 

C»EAf AMBSKAI^ 

MMrroAfiEmc. 

REAL WT4TS LOANS 

apsnAL mrvxrtov* 
PHOKS «se-7st« 
SI I MTB ST. p. 0. MX SM 
VIBOUriA BKACB, VA. S94SI 



WOitLD WIDE MCTATION 



S8TFN 



SALiSKAN- cambtantitxi cIM- 
tisiag and priaUt%. CmamUm 
with jwrtar Cifvlace pre- 
ferred. Good (wortaify «ith «•- 
tabii^d Mi #eM« emam. 
Send resume, '■rfwi i il rSliii9ei| 
to: J. p. Coalifcfi). ts^l^, 
Va Baesk, Ve. a«l. si? 




Teieflme fetation Service 
M Hours A Day-7 Days A Week 
Uo Bqu^ment Purchases Or 



"Oictais as qwdh or 
as M^ as you «vh' 



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VOKO flDB DICTATION 

floenai^or NORFtHJC 

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116 Business Places 

For Rent 

37W Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Offia and retail store space avail- 
able Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between PenAroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
iar Realty, 340W61 or 340 3806. 

12-9-tfQ 



PAINT 

SALE 

207° Discount 

Dupont • Sapolin 

DeHART 
HARDWARE 



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CO. 



Medoa Irndfe 



9 1 ITS 



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NOTICE 



It's easy to place a low cost clasafied ad in the Vii^a Beach 
Sun. Just caH 428-3401 and ask for Classified Dq)ai*nent or fffl 
in and mail tte fonn bdow. tt's that sinq)le! 

RATES 
Paid in advaBce~.afiniiiKin cha^ per insertron $1.50 for fifteen 
words, .03c each aildltidnd word. ' 

If We Have To Bill— ^lUnknum cbsffge per insertion $2.00 for 18 
wowb, .07c each additional wonJ. ^ 



Classified Ad Depi. 
Virginia Beach l^io 
P. 0, Box 867 
Virginia Beach, Va. 234S1 

Please run the following dassif led ad times undv 

Uie heading 



Payment Name . . 

Endosed Q Address 

Bill 

Me □ Phone . 






fORA REWARDING FUTURE! 



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MAKE YOUR FUTURE IN BUSINESS 

DAT SCHOOL ^» NIGHT SCHOOL 

BEGINS: SEPT. 26, 1966 

• SECIETARIAL • ACCOUNTING 

• STENOGRAPHER • GENERAL lUSINESS 

• EXiCUTiVR SECRRARUL 



I • tataie ki Asea 



af SacieMrfal Wanu 



^ Princess Anne 



BUSINESS COLLEGE 

e dMsha of Norfolk Co//ege 
3707 VIRGINIA REACH RLVD. 

(t BMn WmI M PriMMi Aim Plua) 



PHONE 340^222 

FOR INFORMATION OR yiSIT USl 

fUi PL4CEMENT ASSiST>INCe 



BUY -SELL 
BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the home you 
and your fannily need and desire. 



nOS NEWLY BIJILT AmACTIVE fFt»*fl; fffilW 






Afs© HOME BUILDERS 
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^20 VNIGUMIA BEACH BOUteVAftO 
VWSNM KACH, VIRGINIA 23462 
new lioine$ and twit Iw In 
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4r^nla Bead) SUN, Thursday, September 8, 1966 

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INSURANCi - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



JARVIS..nKITCHIN 



231 VA. BEACH BLVD. GA 8-7755 

Established 1911 



muff 

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Ti *B rt iK« C«MWi I> m « «w w l r w BWfai {Ow 300 AotiJ 

RIDE ^^aVDE" THE CAMEL 
SEE LIVE FLAMINGOS 

*""^— VISIT OUR Dffll PARK I 

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FAWN NURSERY LAND I 



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PLAYLAND 
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MIONE 499-0541 

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FREE 

ADMISSION 



Open Year Round 



Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH BAYNE 

25lh tr Atlantic 17th €r Atlantic 



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September 8-9-10 

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«MJOiSNEY'S 

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'Sing Out' Group 
Forming At Beach 



Text and Photo by Cassandra 
VIRGINIA BEACH - After the 
highly entertaining and successful 
"Sir^ Out South" which brought 
1000 people to their feet in ap- 
plause and patriotic acknowle<fee- 
ment of Anierica's youth at the 
Civic Center recently, those who 
are daing ssmethlng constructive 
for their home, city, state, nation. 

West Side 
Story' Open 

HAMPTON— The action was hot 
in air-conditioned Kecoughtan High 
School on Sept. 7, On that night, 
some 40 teenagers, burned the 
stage with their interpretation of 
the action-paclced dancing sequenc- 
es, that, together with the great 
Leonard Bernstein musical score, 
made "West-Side Story" a hit 
Broadway run. The production 
runs Uirough Saturday. 

The 40 dancers represent two 
street gangs, the "Jets" and the 
"Sharks'"; whose rivalry sparks 
the drama, a modem-day version 
of "Romeo and Juliet". 

Against backdrops of New York's 
West side, the gangs relate, thro- 
ugh e-xpressive dances their tur- 
bulent and aimless lives, and 
their tragic feud. 

The haunting "Cool" sequence, 
tfie opening prologue, where the 
pace for the drama is set, the 
exhuberant gym session, the "Am- 
erica" number danced on roof- 
tops by the Puerto-Rican gang 
girls where they sing and dance of 
their hopes in their new country 
and the vehement rumble scenes 
are the iiighlights among the dan- 
cing numbers. 

Admission will be by season 
membership only. Other produc- 
tions for the 65-67 season which 
will be seen at the Newport News 
High School are "Mary, Mary", 
"You Can't Take It With You", 
"TTie Cruciblbe'" and "Barefoot in 
the Park". For ticket information 
call Newport News 244-1411. 



Ricky Hanger of Virgma B«K;b 
received over SO names of peo|de 
interested in forming a group 
here. These people are creating an 
image for their friends and those 
around them by practicing in their 
daily lives goodmss and kindness, 
and changing for the better in any 
situation. And they are telling the 
world about it in song. 

The '1st rdiearsal d Va. Beach 
group had a "good thing going'" 
and were singing with zest, en- 
thusiasm and contagious sincerity, 
when we arrived at Galilee Epis- 
copal Church last week to see and 
hear them practicing such songs 
as "Up, Up. People"", "Freedom 
Isn't Free", "Don't Stand Still", 
"Which Way, America?", "What 
Color Is God's adn'". "Can't You 
Hear America Singing?'" and oth- 
ers. 

Miraciously, and hoping that 
the Beach will receive this con- 
cept of norm£d college and high 
school stud«rts who sing for free- 
dom and call to everybodly thru 
song to travel the rigM road, these 
Beach believers were learning 
songs, gestures, and lyrics, under 
the expert tutelage of Mrs. Robert, 
Horsnby, and her Williamsburg 
branch. With expert pianists and 
was that Gene Kruppa on drums? 
Our own Sandy Dillon, a gradu- 
ate of V.B.M.S. who at Xmastime 
will be entering the Coast Guard 
certainly "rolled them— and assis- 
ted by Baxter Carr and Ricky, as 
song directors, were better than 
the Beatles, the Stones, or the 
long-haired mumblers of pessim- 
ism and doom. 

This group from WilHamaburg 
was entertained for a sumptous 
lunch prepared by interested fam- 
ilies and friends, and after their 
hard rehearsal work, there was 
time for a swim. Integrated, am- 
bitious, and unprejudiced, they 
had seen the light, had heard the 
call, and wanted others to "Sing 
Out" with them. Ricky Hanger is 
a rising senior at Norfolk Acade- 
my. His telephone is 428-5193. He 
is establishing the group here at 
the Beach. 





Watch Out For Children 



"THArS MY WIFE, YOU SCOUNDRAL!" Paul Iddings, as Richard 
Shemuui, seethes while Paul Christensen flirts with his wife, played 
by Arden Staroba. All three are appearing in the 'Wedgewood Dinnsr- 
Tbeatre prodnctioii of "The Seven Year Itch." This uproarious comedy 
wiU play Tuesday through Saturday until September 17. 

Itch' Has Much Appeal 



ARTMOBILE ID from the Virginia Museum will tour the Common- 
wealth this fall followuig a dedication ceremony September 12 io Rich- 
mond outside Miller and Rhoads Department Store, donor of the 60- 
foot long traveling museum. Websto- S. Rhoads, Jr., store president, 
will officially present the Artmobile to president of the Museum, Walter 
S. Robertson. 

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R;|;HMCiNI>-A new $re.000 Art- 
mobile, recently delivered to the 
Virginia Mu^um, will be dedicated 
at a public ceremony on Sbcth 
Street Monday, September 12. 

The ceremony will take place 
outside Miller and Wioads Depart- 
ment Store, the donor of the 60- 
ioot travelirg art ga'Jery. One lane 
of Sbclh Street will be dosed to 
southbound traffic from 7 a.m. to 
9 p.m. to enable the manrmx^ 
trailer to park next to the store. 

Webster S. Rhoads. Jr., Miller 
and Rhoads, President, will present 
the gift to Walter S. Robertson, 
cresidint of the Mu^um. Horace 
H. Edwards, president of the 
Virginia Municipal League, will ac- 
c£;; the vehicle o.i beha'f cf the 
citits to which the .\rtmcbile will 
travtl, ard Mr?. E. Parker Brown. 
president c! the Virginia Fed2ra- 
tion rf Women's C'lAs, wiU give a 
br ef dfd" cation speech. 

Fcl!cwing the 15-minute cere- 
m"nv. the museum-on-wheels 
wi'! be opaied to the piMic and 
1 ren:ai.T open until 9 p.m. On 
'" lard wi'l l» 'Treasures from the 
G.rsenbekn Museum." a special 
cxhi'tioTi o(f contemporary art 



works from the famous New York 
museum. 

The foUowing day, September 13, 
Artmobile IH will leave for Will- 
iamsburg and the first leg d its 
maiden tour of Virginia, 'fiie trip 
wi3 come to an end January 13. 



TOANO - "The Seven Year 
Itch" by George Axelrod, has be- 
come a successful S3ller for 
Wedgewood Dinner Theatre, Wil- 
liann^urg. In choosing a play con- 
skieration is given to what appeal 
it will have for audiences. Wedge- 
wood chose "Itch" as a light sum- 
mer comedy aimed at adult aud- 
iences. 

When' author Axelrod gave Rich- 
ard Sherman, played by Paul Id- 
dings, a non-stop appearance on 
stage and almost half the dialogue, 
he challenged any actor"s imagi- 
nation. Sherman is a character 
many audiences identify with. He's 
been married seven years, has 
one chiW, a job with a publishing 
bouse, his cfoctors have advised 
him he smokes too nuich and 
should switch from alcoholic to 
raspberry flavored diet drinks. 
When this typically American 
male is left in his New York ap- 
artment while the wife and child 
leave for a beach summer, and 
the apartment upstairs houses an 
"actress type,'" the comedy be- 
gins. 

Contrary to the sojAisticated 
lovers in many plays, Richard is 
nervous, unsure of what he wants 
to do, and awkward about doing 
it. Bringing even more humor to 
this situation, is the girl, played 
by Fran Derks, wbo thou^ an 
actress, and beautM, is really 
rather an innocent female living 
in the big city for only a year. 
Put the two characters in Rich- 
ard's apartment and the inevitable 
is bound to happen. 

Director Frank Staroba hasn't 
missed a chance to give "Itch"' 
as much audience appeal as pos- 
sfcle. Richard throws his doctor's 
advise out the window, but he nev- 
er lights a cigarette nor pours a 
drink without thinking of his va- 

First Lieutenant Gordon L. Mer. 

ntt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 

H. Merritt Jr., 4625 John Alden 

road, has completed a helicopter 
* * * 

Airman 3/c Raymond E. Neth- 
ercutt Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
R. E. Nethercutt of 4809 S. Oliver 
drive, has been graduated with 
honors at Amarillo AFTB, Tex., 
from the training course for U. S. 
Air Force aircraft mechanics. 



cationing wife. Learning through 
a telephone call to the beach t.iat 
his wife has spent the evening 
with friends, one of which is 
known for his way with women. 
Richard momentarily forgets ab- 
out the girl lie is temporarily 
housing, and goes into a tizzy over 
his wife"s vacation. For it's the 
wife he"s gotten used to, the wife 
he loves, and the wife to whom 
he happily returns. 

"The- Seven Year Itch" runs 
through September 17, playing 
Tuesdays through Saturdays. Buf- 
fet is at 7:00 p.m. and perform- 
ance at 8:30. 



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VA. BIE.\CH - "Child safety in 
^affic is a tiree^vay proposition'". 
Reeves E. Johnson saki today. 
Johnson, who is Chief of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Safety Bureau, was 
speaking in connection with the 
child traffic safety program which 
the Safety Bureau is sponsoring 
this monti in Virginia Beach in 
cooperation with the Governor's 
Highway Safety Committee. 

"The safety of children on the 
streets and highways of our na- 
tion is dependent on the traffic at- 
titudes and actions of three groups 
—parents, motorist and children 
them£3lves," he said. Schools are 
doing a fine P^ ol teaching safety 
in the cla-srooms, from kinder- 
garten on up. Johnson pointed out, 
and in many cases, also, are con- 
ducting driver education courses 
which give high school students 
practical experience behind the 
wheel. 

"But if the program to save our 
c(ii!dren from injury and death in 
motor vehicle crashes is to be 
really effective, he said, "it must 
be carried beyond the classroom." 

Parents must set a good exam- 
ple to children in their traffic 
habits, Chief Johnson explained, 
and must use the authority and 
discipline of the home to instill 



in children respect and obedience 
to traffic safety rules. 

"Children lack the mature judg- ^ 
ment of adults, however," he said, 
"aid even with the best training, 
their actions sometimes are un- 
predictable. So it is up to the mo- 
toriit to be specially alert near 
schools and playgrounds, in resi- 
dential areas— and any place chil- 
dren may be expected to gather.'" 

And the children themselves, al- 
so, must do the be-t they can to 
walk and play safely, observing 
the rules they have learned at 
home and in school, Johnsrai said. 

Today' Tomorrow 
Last Weigh-In Dap 

VmOIMA BEACH - The Vii^ 
ginia Beach Departmart of Parks 
and Recreation would agsin remind 
all Community League Football 
coaches that today Sq^ember 8th 
and Friday, September 9th are the 
la- 1 two days that teams will be 
aZawed to "weigh-in"' prior to the 
'oeginning df the season. 

The weigh-ins will be conducted 
at the Paries and Recreation De- 
partments Headquarters, 4400 Nike 
Site Road. 

For further information contact 
the Departm«it. 




KOOKIE KIDNAPPER Frank Gorahln looks on as his more ominous 
cohart. Neville Brand, gives a few words of advice to Grays<^ Hall. 
Tliis dire situation is the sprfaigboai^ ol susl^ned hMarity ia Walt Dis- 
ney's suspense-comedy, "That Dam Cat," <t«rmg Hayley RQlla, Dean 
Jones, Dorothy Provine and Roddy McDowall. Starts Wednesday at the 
Beach Theater. 




Would you 
do without 
your phone 
for a day? 

Byron Lawrence says "no!" 



Actually; he said "Impossible! I don't have 
enough time as it is. How would I make 
business appointments if it weren't for the 
telephone? How would I keep up with the 
latest business information? Or keep in touch 
with the branch office? Without my tele- 
phone I'd have to keep eight stenographers 



writing letters. No, I couldn't do without it! 
To me that phone means business." 

To Byron Lawrence, his telephone ii a 
way to accomplish more. And that's why 
the people of C&P all work toward the same 
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WORK STARTS THIS SPRING 



$Z5 Million Mall Addition Planned 



VLRGiINIiA BtACH - Work 'is 
scheduled to begin this sprirg on a 
$7.0 million addition to Pembroke 
Ma'l. The new complex, on the 
east s'.dz of Constitutioa Drive be- 
tween the Mall and Princijs A'nne 
High School, will be ki.own as 
Peirlbrcke East. 

The addition will feature a large, 
firiit4ine dspartment store (92,639 
sq. feet), a high-fashion depart- 
ment store, a 1,000 seat theater 
and about 30 other specialty shops. 
Work on this portion is scheduled 
to be completed by October, 1968. 

The new addition wiR include 
250,000 square feet of retail sales 
area and a parking area for 2,000 
<rars. 

.-•embroke East will make Pecin' 
broke Mall one of the 20 larg»»st 
phopptag centers in the United 
States. 

The area Pembroke East is now 
planned far was orieinally planned 
for a oMnplex of office bu'dings. 
Wcwever, retail sales at the mall 
the develooers of the mall, to add 
addit'onal retail business there m- 
pronmbtcd Peinlbroke Associates, 
stfad. 

The "office nark" as it h called 
v''^ n^w be located to the we«it 
of Indenend^TJce Boulevard and to 
the North tff Virginia Beach i^iUle- 
vard— rrebt acnws the street from 
the Ms'?. Tire rtimolex will con- 
6f«i+ (if f?ve biriWings. 

Peirferoke East is p^'an"ed »o be 
thrift h'llf the size of Pembroke 
Malil and thetWto ma lor g*o«^ w™ 
b? infcwi bv a similar MaF. Tt 
will bp lir^ked with Pe'rHHrok? Mr!! 
bv oedeiRtrian crosswalks across 
Consfrtution Drive. 



Pem.ibrcke Eai and the office 
park are not tha only tAo ad'Jltions 
planned for Pembroke Mail. Eve:i- 
iU3il:y, th& dsvelopers, Horace 
CisLoIa, Fred Napolitano, and Emil 
C'llvitri, b:^ to erect a hotel- 
mttel z.ci convention center near- 
by. That, boiwever, is sLili on the 
drawing beards. 

When Penr.broke Eact is fLiishsd 
the entire shc:;ping center wKil 
beast more thrn 750,000 square feet 
ol reiafl sales area and enough 
room to park 6,000 cars. 

The entire unit is expected to 
eventua'ly have more than 100 re- 
tail builneises. It is estimated 

New Motel 
For Beach 

ViTRGINIA pEl\CH - At a meet- 
irg of tha Virginia Beach Indus- 
trial Develofment Authority Tu3s- 
day, it wa? revtakd that a new 
Hcllday Inn Motd will prcbatf.y be 
buii; in Virginia Beach o;i North- 
ampton Boulevard and Diamond 
S;rings RoaJ. 

A sTokJisman for the jMwipective 
bui'der said the matel would have 
a restaurant, meetii.g rooms and 
rbcut 100 units. 

It was a!so dL<ck)jed at the 
meeting that a vica president of 
"a large boat buildi.':ig company" 
vi''] bs in Vipgini"* Beadi next week 
to look for possible site for locat- 
iri? here. 



thit these businesses will do about 
$50 mil'liCii annually in retail sai'es. 
The enlirea center wll employ 
cbout 2,500 people and have an an- 
nual ifayrc'i in the neig^Jboikood 
c! $18 mi!''ion. 

Gocd business and tha amount 
of retail sales at Pembroke JklaH 
cbviously pTompteid the deiv^^^s 
to :Te?d uo the con3tru?tk)il of 
Pcmbrtke East by <xae fi#year. 
"Hie mall is expected to .do $25 
mirion dcf.lars in its first ye^r of 
operation. 

The sha.'rping center is not used 
by Virginia Beach residents alone. 
Shorpers come from as far away 
as Eli2£l?:.th City, N. C, the East- 
ern Shore and the Peninsula. 

Many of the store managers of 
the mall have expressed optimiim 
at the ad(fition of Pembroke Easi. 
Mort feel it will be good for busi- 
ness. 

Injury Suit Filed 

V:a'GilN\1A EBAtllH - Mrs. Lor- 
akine Lee Conway, 23, has filed a 
$750,000 persMKil injury suit in Vir- 
ginia Beach Circuit Court against 
Fred A. Haycox and the Aophak 
Roads and Materials Co., Ire. 

The suit aMeges that an accident 
at FOaza Trail and Virginia Beach 
T'ou'.evard on Sept. 2 was the re- 
sult of Haycox's "negUgenee." It 
ctaiyees that Ha^cnc's car, owiied 
by bis coMfaay, struck anetheF 
car. pushing it into a grou? of 
i^edr'strians. Mrs. fonwav was one 
of the five ipcdestnam hilrt. 

A prdJminary hearing will be 
beard on Oct. 7. 




ALBERT ESTLER. a representative of the Post orflce Depu-tment headquarters In WashingtMi, 
Jcaegh Cro&swhite, Postmaster of VirginJa Beach, and Gene A. Robein, general manager oi Penriiroke 
Mall go over blueprints of ^e self-service post office which will be dedicated Saturday. It will (be the 
second such facility in the Un^ed States. (Sun Photo by Moore) 



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Council Agrees To 
Hold Referendum 
On Bond Issue 



THE FAIR IS COMING to Virginia Beach as this sign announces. 
The sign was painted recently in advuice of the Greater Tidewater 
Fair which wiU be held the first week in )October. (Sun photo by 
Moore) 



DOWNING, O'BRIEN TO SPEAK 

Pembroke Post Office 
Dedication Set Sat 

VaUJINlA BEAIZH — Dedication ceranoiaes will be held Saturday 
.Torning at 11 o'ckx* at Pembroke MaH Shopping Center for a juiique 
jePfrke faciUty. 

•fte drive^ip. eeH.«ervice post office m the parking area near 
V«#na Beach Boulevard wii be "open f m- buaiiui i ' ' w/m days a 
we*, 24 hiurs-a-day. The unit 

occupies a concrete ^ab 13 by 31 Manager W. Russell Hatchett, who 
feet, for whkh the Post Ofcice vvij. act as Master oif Ceremonies. 
Department wil pay $1 annual xhe Princess .Anne High Schoal 
rent. Band wrH entertain during the half- 

The facility includes machines for hour program. 
the vending of stansps, post cards. Most city oifioiais and members 



envelopes and minioMBn insurance. 
Letter acd postal scales are also 
orovided. There wifl also be bill 
and coin diangers. The bit chang- 
er "examires the bill tc see what 
denomination it is and whether it 



d City Council are expected to at 
tend. Tbie public is invited. 

The dedication Comimittse was 
con-.'posed of Brad Pulley, presi- 
dent ol Virginia Beach Chamber 
of Commerce, Gene H. Rcbens 



is countenfeit, thrai nrtakeiB the Manager of Pembroke Mall, L. H. 

change." accor^ne to Joseph T. Ansel, A sitsant PiJsLma tar of 

Cros.'^Mhote, Jr., Virginia Beach Virginia Beach and' Afcin R. 

positmaster. Alailhe?, Executive Director of the 

In addition to the above men- Vdrgiiiia 'Beach Chamber of iCom- 

ioned cocweniences, there will be merce. Pulley was chairman of the 

a direct fAone service from the committee, 
self-service unit to the Mail Handl- 



ing section, which will ahvays be 
manned. There will be at Veatt ten 
liokufs a day from the unit. 

The n:w oS'xe, in the tr.aditional 
red, white acd blue was built at a 
cost of $15,000, and is 'imilar to 
lilot units in Los Angeles, At'anta 
and Whcaton, Maryland. This is 
one of the first of 100 to be built 
thrci^out the United States, in 



C^oBs^vhite said, "This is prob- 
ably lihe beginning of something 
nDW for the Post O.vice Department 
which wiiH help to speed things I 
up." He added that he is hjappy I 
Viiginia Beach has been chojen | 
for "one of the new units. 

Crossrthite jaid he thought the 
bctt way to dedicate tha new 
'acility wes to "mail a letter." 
.\;ier readng an article in last 



ViIl»lL\jA BEAGH - City Coun- 
cil agrtsd Monday to hold a pvblk 
re.'crendum on a proposed $7 mil- 
lion bond isiue presented to them 
by City Manager W. Russell Hat- 
chfctt. City of.icialis wish to hold 
the referendum Nov. 8, aiong with 
the general elections. 

The bond issue wiH supply. 

9 $2.6 million for a new city 
hail con'plex v,<:h will include 
new courts, council chambers, ad- 
miinisitrative offices, public works, 
and public welfare buildings. 

# ^.5 mi'Uoin for building and 
supplying new schools, improving 
exist'rg schools and sites and ac- 
quiring additional sites. 

# $1 million for street improve- 
ments and construction, aiid the 
purchase cf new construction and 
n"jaintenanee equipment. 

9 $700,000 for the purchase of 
fiand for perks, tflaygroarais.-«sn- 
f:tructicn of marinas and improv- 
mcnts to existing facilities. 

# $120,000 for fire stations and 
central commu.'.ications equipment. 

# $80,000 for the corj traction 
and s:.;c'king ci a new library. 

The ordinance tor the bond is- 
sue p'OV'ides that tits bonds can be 
scid off separately or that two or 
more projects can be io'd as a 
single issue. The oixiinance Kmits. 
the inter j<t to 6 per cent or le?s 
and provides for the bonds to be 
retired with'n 40 years. 

In other money matters Monday, 
:To.r.cil: 

0-A pproved on secoi^d reading, 
an aiprcpriation of $32,000 for the 
cc: truction of two city marinas 
at Long Creek and $8 000 for the 
rr-a^r work being done on the 
''n-'khcsd under the Great Neck 
R3."d B.'-idge. 

9 A'proved a bid of $805,7e2 
for the construction of a highlevel 
bridge across Rudee In?et. The b'd 
new goes to the state for approval. 

# Agreed to loan Oceana Volun- 
teer Fire Department $2,300 for 



the purchase of new equifMoent. 

# Appropriated, on first reading 
$33,000 to purchase 21 acres of land 
irom John Aragona Enterprises, 
Inc., that lies next to a sewerage 
lagoon in the PrLice?s Aiine Plaza 
Area. 

# Approved a $4,000 transfer of 
funds to cover additional work in 
the registrar's office. 

Council also pa.ssed a resohiUon 
that will relieve the sch3*jl F^ard 
cf determining what studetiti are 
eligiicie to participate in the state 
tuition-grar.t pro-am. The state 
will now pick the participating stu- 
dents. 

City Manager Hatchett tokl coun- 
cil he thought the council ^ould 
nwke a resolution to remove the 
dance datform in front <rf Seaside 
amusicment park. Hatchett said the 
owners of the pari? had aereed to 
rrmove the platform at their ex- 



pense when they con tructed it. 

Bayside Counciiman Larry Mar- 
shall said cjunci'l should request 
an additional Iwo-lane road around 
Ft. Story. "We need it considering 
they have nearly completed the 
SEccr.d bridge across Lyr_".haven 
Inlet," Marshall said. 

A great step was taken Monday 
when council fi^oroved requc-ts 
for zoning changes and use permits 
to bif.Id a res'jrt-canventio;! com- 
. itx at 0!d Seaview Beach. 

David I. Levire and several 
partners plan to build a parking 
ran>p. private club and restaurant, 
csnventicn crnter racrcation and 
fine at's ceEtcr, hi^ rise apart- 
men'ls with 1804 unit?, marina ser- 
vice and boat ramp. There was 
Mtt'e or no exposition from resi- 
dr/s of the surroundino area. "It's 
really a bg step ahead," one resi- 
dent said. 



Democratic Campaign 
Committees Named Here 

VIBG'IXHA BEACH — Ei^t committees have been set by R. R. 
'3uddy) MJihesney and John Fenirests, co-chaiimen of the Democratic 
Campaign Committee in Virginia Beadi for the forthcoming Senatorial 
a.-.d Congr€-:iional Ger.eral Election in Noven-.ber. 

Additional! committees will be named at a later date and additional 

names n»ay be added to any and ■ 

-11 committees, according to Mc- jirg h. 0. Freeman, Mrs. Mary 



Chesney and Fentress 

The present committees, 
chaiimen and members are 



their 



Headquarters Committee C. 0. 

Lan'bert, Jr., Chairman; Reid Er- 
vin and Hugh Kitchin, Jr. 

Finance Committee Frank D. 
Tarrt,!, Jr., Chairman; George 



Couns:iman, Mrs. E. A. Hudson, 
Mrs. Bar'aara .Aimo-.d. Mrs. Evan 
McCorkle, Mrs. Helen Tedd. Mrs. 
EJ h White, Mrs. Paula Co^s, 
Mrs. Thehna Lane, Mrs. Roseanne 
Rumb'e, Mrs. Louis Bare, Mrs. 
Rc^er Obemdorf, Mrs. E^mma W. 
Rees and Mrs. J. J. Bateman, 
Dinner and Speakers ConunMee 



c'udrg one in Norfo'k at Janaf utile's edition of the Virginia I o Tw'^L^to 

ShC'Dine Center. Rasfh Sun nnn.-pr-inp a Virffin^a OcaSOil I ICKtlS 



Shci^'ping Center 

First District Conrges man 
•niomas N. Downing, to whom 



Beach Sun concerning a Virginia 
Beach scldier serving in Viet 
N'£»n, Crc£ .vhite invited the bay's 



Cro£;,iwhite gives much credit in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 

having Virginia Beach sci'eotcd as" Verdon, c! Southsde Road, to be 

a pilot site for such a facility, wrll th? first to use the new pest office 

speak at the ceremony. Frank J. ci'-ficially by mailing a letter to 

Briizz will speak m behalf of the their son, 9P4 Wilham T. Vcrdon. 

Postmaster - General. Crci^white stationed with the 25th Division 

will introAjce Virginia Beach City near Pleiku. 



Darden, Lawrence Wales, Frank Ivan Mapp. Cfiaiiman; WiiHam P. 

Ccx. R. S. Holland. C. D. Scully, Kellam, J. Fra.nk Garagher. L. 

Richard Guy, A. T. Taylor, and Charles Burlage. Dr. Ira Hancock. 

Horace Cistola. , R. L. Riggs, Victor A*e and R. 

Publicity Committee Courtney ^ Smpson. 



McCurry, (Cbairman, Lewis Thurs- 
ton and Robert CrOmweH. 



Dinner Decoration Committee 

Mtb. Virginia Wilson and Mrs. 0. 



Youth Committee SWriey Jacobs ^ Britton, 0&<i3Mirmen. 

and Leigh Ansell, Co-Chairmen; Dtauer Ticket Conuntttee Giles 

Davis Gray, Fletcher Bryant, Joe G. Dcdd, Chairman; Jon Petersen. 

Canada, A. L. Bonney, Jr., John V. A. Ektmidee. Frank Butler. 

VIRG'N'A EiEAOH - Reserved Strick'and. Curtis Fnrit. Stanley Jr., Robert Ke-ndall. Larry Mar- 

for (he foC'tbaJl 1 



-eason tickets 
games to be played by Princess i 
Anne High &?hool at home may be 
obtained by calling 497-3511. exten- 1 
tion 6. during the hours of 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. j 

The pnce is $7.50 each. 



Williamson. Rob«1 Hanington, 
Wilcam E. Culverhouse, Owen 
Pickett, Richard Absalom, John 
Murd^ and Wiley Frendi. 

Womans Committee Mns. 0. W. 
Britten and Mrs. Virginia Wilson. 
Co-Chairmen; Mrs. Mary Graham, 



sha?!. A. L. Bonney, St., Don 
Rhodes, Edvaid Bro^an. E. T. 
Caton, in. H. L. Lam, Hertwrt 
Doffoo, David Cassida. P. B. 
White, Jolai Parker, James Hair.v 
irm, Frank Malbon. John E. Marr, 
Efhw BarboiH- and Waler Wales. 



Development Of Virginia Beach State Parks Planned 



By H. Joseph Lowenthal, Jr. 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Com- 
mis-oner of the Division oi 
Parks <rf the Virginia De- 
partment of Coraervation and 
Economic Devetopmwit has out- 
lined the improvemoit program 
for State Seashore Park in Vir- 
ginia Beach and a prt^rara for 
the prcpTSrti new State Park in 
the Sandbrkfee area of Virginia 
Beach. 

Both progrwns were diwjssed 
in a general way at the last meet- 
ing of the Division of Paries' 
Board, thei s^ out in detail for 
Board member L. Sanley Hod^ 
of Vlr»nia Beadi. f(Htna- city 
comciknan. who reijpiested the 
jntonnitfifln 



Bolen pdnted out that the high- 
er*, and be* use <rf the 2700-acre 
State Se«^!ore Park ha^ beei of 
consid«'abIe concwn for some 
time. He said attendance for the 
ISSS season wouM no doubt pass 
the 3M.000 mark, msktm; the Park 
the mo.ft heavih attended park in 
Virginia. Attaidance in 1965 was 
234.6'^. 

The preser* facilities in Sate 
Seashore Park available tt the 
general miWic (A camping, horse- 
back riding, nature study, hiking, 
and boating, fidung and cr^bing 
at tho Narrows. Ctoe <rf the mo«t 
heavily uKd facilities in the park 
is (lie camp^tiund. 

"During the summer se4Bon, we 
normally torn away from M ts 



100 families each day for lack of 
developed canning space," Bolen 
sakl. 

A total of $260,000 U mnr availa- 
ble and will be rtoit to exnand 
and imorove facilities at Searfwre 
Park during the winter season, 
according to Bc^en. Improvements 
will consist of 200 additional canrv 
sitee to meet the eiroected needs 
next summer, renovation of the 
hou?dceepiiw cabins, con^ruction 
of an assbalt oaildng lot. a i«st- 
rocm at the Narrow*, (a tempo- 
rarv rtructure was laed this sum- 
rner* mn6 new boat launchihg 
and doddng faciUties A the Nar- 



BMSTCR FLAN nQVAItATKW 

Ttdo^ the moat igmficant 



lenect of ttie fanprovement pro- 
gram, however, will be the prepa- 
ration of master-land program for 
the entire park. 

Bolen said, "We are unsure as 
to the anwunt and type of facili- 
ties that can be developed in tlw 
park and still retain the outstand- 
ing natural features which make it 
so attractive." 

He poioted out that the flora and 
fauna, the cyiress pools. Danish 
moss and otlier aspecte of the 
unduturbed environmert are of 
untok! value. He said the master 
plan woukj make maximuDi uu- 
age of these featuTes. 

The master {to wUl be pre- 
pared by Stanley W Abbott, a 
Undacifie arcMect of nati<mal 



reputation. Abbott has recently re- 
tired as Superintendent of the 
JamKtown National Historical 
Pa.-k and played a key role in the 
k)cction aid design of the Blue 
Ridge Parkway. 

Ra-ed on the recommendatioas 
c:nt3ined in the prop<Ked master 
plan. Bolen said the Division of 
Parks waild include in the 1968- 
70 budget request "su-^icieri funds 
fcf the complete devek>p.Ti«it 
and fffeservation of State Seasbore 
Park" 

THE NEW 8TATE PARK 

In the |»tppsed new St^e Park 
s<Mith d SwHttrk^. Bolen sakl 
his IXviscsi woiM iK^pe to de- 
vek>p one of the outstanding ocean 
from State Parks in the EaAcrn 



United States. He said that in the 
area there is the opportunity for 
swimming, picnicing. campii^. 
horsd)ack riding and a number (rf 
other outdoor recreational activi- 
ties. 

Bjlen said the park "would iaks 
care of the reci-eation needs of the 
pecpie who now reside in the popu- 
lous Itonoton Roads area, j^us 
the several million additional peo- 
ple who will come with the antic- 
ipated pt^ulation increase <md the 
many thousai^ of tourists v^ 
would fk)ck to t.he area". 

The tentative plan tor lf» pro- 
po^ park area wmild inchide a 
r^ad ju^ back <A the sand dime 
rumUng generally parallel to the 
bekch. according to Bidai. There 



wouW be parking lots at regu- 
larly spaced intervals along the 
road with restrooms and facilities 
for changing clothes. Ala), "at 
carefully selected locations", on 
the opposite side of the road, pic- 
ric sielters. tables, grills and fire- 
places would be provided. On 
higher ground a campgrounds 
wouW be boated, as well as an 
area for hiking and oth^ activi- 
ties. 

"At one tJnie w anoiher, park 
experts from all over the United 
States have exanrined this area 
and withoirt reception they haNt 
said that tiiis is <me (^ Vu-ginia's 
outstamfiag opp(Htuniti» to de- 
vek)p the most con^riete and at- 
trat^iw oceai^KBt Smtt Park in 



the East Coast." said Bolen. 

Another part of the .^boott mas- 
ter olan beit^ anticipated by the 
Division of Parks is a solution to 
the closed batWi^ beadi and jmc- 
nic grrunds at ^ate Seashore 
Park. The area has not bc«> re- 
opened for pibUc use since I9M. 
when it was cbsed to avoid inti^ 
grstion. 

Wh^n that n«tcr wM scdwd 
it was not reopeatd because it 
was iKrt known what to do to 
hand'e the tn^c uid {Wiktag 
problems expect |o be fenerit- 
ed. In additkm the bulMi^ ia te 
area is in ^« vgitA tt r^ita'. 
Boko says unwwfla tfiMe qnot- 
icMM win "hopiA% eon* from 
the Stanley AkbaH MilBr jlw." 



•g#3 



Virginia Beach SUN, Tfiursday,.^tember 1 5, 1966 



CDO/A 



VmGINU BEACH- Cawrt Ste!- 
Mi Haiis Na »81, CatiboUc IXs]^ 
^K of AR^o, w'l '''•' "^ 

Itftibus Building. First Colonial 
Basd aS Vlrgiiua Bea^h Bkd. ^i 
^eeana. 

Tljis meet j^ will be open to all 
;m£ai>ars and prospective meni- 
ba% <^ Uie Cj^UoUc Dau^ters of 
'Auorica in Virginia Btjch and 
'tmroundifig area- 

' A f^B 'To Be and To Do" wiU 
'be shswn, plus d.£jdays of the 
*^varu!us works aad projects (rf the 
- Cfsnmittees. 

r. Rsfr^BBents will be served. 
• - Mrs. Richard Hitchkr, chair- 
iman, wiM wdcame all into-ested 
'-prcii.jectve members. 
t Mrs. Charles Warrei, Grand Re- 

XBt, and Mrs. VlnoeiA Pezzdla, 
istdct Deputy, wiD e]q>lain the 
Aims and Purposes <tf the Order. 



They're Engaged 




MAKTliA LOUISE EDWARDS 
EDWARDS-CULPEPPER 



TAHB Women's 
Auxiliary 



LmmAVESi — "Out Tidewater 
Assn. of Ikme Buglers Women's 
Auxiliary will meet at Bov Creek 
Golf and Oountiy Clii> on Sept. 21, 
Wedn^ay, at 11:30 a.m. 
, Rese mSi wiD present a Fall 
fashuQshow. 



BUZABETH JANE WILLUMSON 
WlLLLt\BON-WAHAB 

Mr. and Mrs. Ripley Wissler 
Williamson of Petersburg an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
dau^ter, Elizabeth Jans William- 
son, to Robert Stanley Wahab, III, 
son of Ju<^e and Mrs. Robert 
Stanley Wahab, Jr. of Virginia 
Beach. 

Miss WilliamEon is a 1935 grad- 
uate of Norfolk General Hospital 
School of Professional Nursing, 
and is a staff nurse at tfie General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach. 

i Mr. Wahab received his educa- 
tion at Hampden-Sydney College 
and Frederick College and is with 
the United States Coast and Geo- 
de* c Survey on the USC 4 GSS 
Whiting. 




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The Monofjratn Look! 

For the Fashion inind.'d 

young lady -— u fashion 

must for your fall zi'ardrobe. 

1.00 a letter or 

JO a letter if merchandise 

purchased at Rose Hall. 



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3133Va.lMchMvd. 
Va. iMck, Viigiiiia 



O,^ n Monday and Friday 

ez'enings til 9 PM 

PHONE: 340-3525 




a testing tribute m 
j^ , ^ IP «l>e irtcious tatt* 
«r tmr GmmSfi aaccsiort. Incom- 
DtrAiy trttti itf today'* i»cU-wt 
la^ Jfar ttifg iMiiir^ rtiMM. wHk 
angMQT <■!— 8 ■oral destni ac> 

^SWaiTT^ CarromSi^ 
Sifeff . , , caclmve maken of. 
^rataaMfevi ^ptoiuaiom . . . 
rf^MTM^ W their unexcelled 
im»nffi^^Ufi_aod auibenticity. 



I Vrank R. Ford Co. 



NOBPPU 



MEMBER AMEMICAN GBM SOCIETY 



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Mr. asd Mrs. Phillip F. Ed- 
wards of Poquisan announce the 
engagenient of their daughter, 
Martha Louise Edwards, to Rich- 
ard Groome Cutpepper, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. August H. Culpepper of 
Virginia Beach. 

Miss Edwards is an alumna of 
Averett College, Danville, Virginia. 

Mr. Culpepper is an altannus of 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 
is an Aerospace Engineer with the 
U. S. Army Aviation -Materhl 
LsbDratories, Fort Eustis, Vir- 
ginia. 

The wedding will take place at 
ihc Tabernacle Methodist Church 
in Poquoson on NoverrAer 5, 1966. 




FRANCES PATRICIA HILL 

HnX-FKHER 

Mr. and Mrs. George Rcbert 
Hill cf Blackburg '.ave announced 
the engagement of their daughter, 
Francis Patricia, to David Rich- 
ard Fishrr, son of Mr .and Mrs. 
Rick Fisher cf Roanoke, Va., 
former! V of Virginia Beach. 

Miss Hill attended Radford Col- 
lege. Mr. Fisher graduated from 
Princess Anne High School in 
1921, frcm Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute this year, and is em- 
ployed as an Industrial Engineer 
by Dupont in Seaford, Dela. 

Tie wedding will be October 
15th. 



Navy Wives, PA Chap. 143 



VB Correrpondeit 

We s?;;vt an unusjally informa- 
tive aad eajoysjle mornaig last 

.tk vjsiting the £hore Dnve Ccn- 

i\i -cent Home when Mrs. Rcbert 
.;. Dresikr (Pat and Mrs. Hcmer 

Mies (Chicai of the Princess Anne 
J..a. ter No. 143 of the Navy Wives 



cause eVED'-ne here takas pride 
in lis bc'ic3." Nune Ctek^ s;oke 
c: hew the patients Icnged for 
company, an'j^dy with whcrr 
they could taik, and they "love 
yoar.'2 .pecple." 

One t.Tiiliag genUtcran spcks of 
misir.g the mouiftains. "My n'tnc 



.\.Tieric3, wwe on tiieir first i; Mariin Aionzo roangkr. I'm 



."ficial monthly visit, as the diap- 
r's nt*est ^.ilanthropic Venture. 

Mrs. Jossph Baggs is the presi- 
,.u. Mrs. R;berta Wilha'oi a.sisls 
.:%. Dresskr as social co-chair- 
.aa. 

Pat, mother cf two, is a honey 
jicn-ie who sir. 5; ia the Oceana 
:li;-cl c :oir. Chico, a dminutive 

ruHctte, wore a badge with 15 
..ny pins attached representing 15 
iionors f2r service in the Navy 
Wives. 

At the front door of the Home, 
a sprightly gentlesnan greeted us. 
diaries Strode frcm Lcr^^ Island, 
New York, was ready for a walk 
and said he loved this Beach. He 
prou<Uy showed us his upstairs 
private room, complete with large 
easy chair ("wb^e I cap nm if 
I want to"), te%hone, and iV. 
"I am happy here, and my son, 
Warren is vice president of Crest- 
line Press line, in Norfolk. He sess 
to my every need. You girls come 
back any time." Cap ajaunt, away 
he went. 

Everywhere in the home, there 
was contentment and cleanliness. 
Bri^t curtains, Japanese prints 
on pastel wall^ art work, an| 
lowers made a back- 
)r ttiese sui ior citi z^ 
fed by the un- 
•ng and patience of the 
staff. 

The staff, Mrs. Mary Clarke, 
head graduate nurse, assist-d by 
Mrs. Lillian Gilliam, Ida Watson, 
Claude Siiiri:son, (a nearly well 
patie.nt), Harry Sweet and others, 
ivere all busily engaged. Mrs. Wat- 
son, LTjon our daparture, and a 
self-appointed, through necessity, 
barber and beautician, asked that 
someone professional "please help 
Tie arcund Christmas time, be- 



frjm Stiart, near Hilb^'Hle. I can't 
wa'k. b.t I never get tired of 
locking at the ocein." Tiie win- 
r!,*s are kept open to tha At- 
lantic breezes. 

Perh:;^s *'a3 ha^iert person in 
r.e hc.-ne is ■'M?-;jd:e." S:: is Mrs. 
Gec.ge H. Banks and hsr quotes 
are rcmark^bh. "I love it here. 
It's ccol in thj sux.Tier and warm 
in lihe winter, and we have good 
food. I'm in my 80's and I have a 
b:au here. See ani man sitting at 
that tabk? He's older than I am, 
ar.i he' ie^'f, b:t W2 write notes. 
Please take a picture of us to- 
gether." She ruslied over and 
hugged him. 

Dr. W. L. Taylor is the attending 
physician. 




Broad Bay GC 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Sep- 
tember meeting of the Broad Bay 
Garden Club was held at the 
Bay Harbor C\ch, with Mrs. Lane 
Tarra&t f residhig. Devotions were 
given by Mrs. J. L. HarreU. 

The clilb welcomed new mem- 
bers Mrs. James Shannon and 
^3. E. Henderson. 

Mrs. J. A. Butler ^ve a pro- 
gram related to the workshop for 
the Christmas House, whick will 
be en Thursday, December 8th. 
Mrs. Gene Barrow is Cliairman. 

Ribbons for artistic arrange- 
ments were awardsd to Mrs. R. 
E. Etheridge. Mrs. T. E. Hurley, 
Mrs. C. L. Mitchell, Mrs. W. H. 
Longworth, Mrs. L. K. Mclntyre, 
Mrs. John Gibbs and Mrs. Gordon 
Ware. 



MRS. CHICO JONES ak Mrs. Pat Dressier visit Miss EUzabeth 
Harrington as Nurse MiU7 Clark, director of the Shore Drive Con- 
valescent Home, smites as the Navy Wives jhiake tlie first of their 
planned montlily visits. (pliottK by Cassandra) 



Daiilor (/3l 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 



MARVELOUS OR BEAUTIFUL? 

Today they say the first may be better, but it's no tragedy to 
be beautiful, cf course. The thuig to strive for in one's total 
groomi'g is the power to hold attention. Hsir cobrmg is hnport- 
ant to hsip acconrplidi this for you. 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 
7500 GRANBY ST.. WARD" CORNER Phone 583-1819 

K4 L.\SKLN RD., VIRGINIA BEACH Phone 428-3191 



,>I..A*S^^ 



BACK TO SCHOOL 
SPORT COATS 

• Sweaters 

By Lord Jeff 

• Manhattan 

Sport Shirts 

• Nunn^ush Shoes 

Atlotk Ave. at IM Stteei 
VktWa Beach. Vkgiiya 



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Workshop 
Held 



VIRGINiIA EEACH-The Eliza- 
beth River Shores Garden Club 
began it's fall season on Septem- 
ber 8, by holding a workshop on 
lie fundamer'.als of flower ar- 
rahging. The meeting was held at 
the heme of Mrs. V- S. Dewberry, 
Jr. with Mrs. J. C. Holland as co- 
hostess. 

Mrs. W,»M. Newbern, Mrs- R. 
W. Frugard and Mrs. R. P. Rich- 
ardson, Jr. demonstrated the bas- 
ic shapes for arranging, and later 
helped each member present ar- 
range a style of her choosing. 

During tlie business meeting con- 
ducted by Mrs. C. H. Grimsley, 
president, emphasis was placed 
on a Rummage Sale to be held 
Friday, September 16, from 11:00 
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the garage of 
Mrs. F. H. Gregory, 207 Sale 
Dtjve. Virgiaa Beach! ' 

"The piAlic is cordially invited. 




MRS. FLORENCE WILSON, Mr. and IVlrs. Robert Stein, 
Tucker Willon. 



Sr., 



Reba Keeley, 



' Wilson. 




MRS. LEIF W. ANDERSEN. Mrs. E. T. Deacon, Mrs. Robert Stein, 
imd Mrs. T. Cornell Berry, ({riiotos courtesy Tucker Wii&on) 



Lake Smith GC 

•EAYSIDE-The Lake Smith Gar. 
den Club held its first meeting of 
the fall season on September 5 at 
8:03 p.m. at tiie home of Mrs. R. 
M. Wi.bir. The first meethig was 
a "cojk cut" with husbands of the 
members as special gueii'.s. Mrs. 
G. L. Ncnman was co-hostess. 

Plans for the coming year were 
discussed. 

Judges from the Fair Meadows 
Garden Club awarded ribbons for 
arrangements to Mrs. W. L. Jonns, 
and Mrs. H. F. Steinmetz, blue; 
Mrs. Fred R. Keyes and Mrs. M. 
A. Graham, red; and Mrs. G. L. 
Norman, yellow. 

Horticulture awards were given. 
Gold went to Mrs. W. L. Jonns, 
and blue to Mrs. i. M. King. 




f-^arti^ isLine 



By OLCA EDWARDS 



8y Douglas Barnes, Guest Writer sho^.\i^g a ha,ppy face siiiee his 

sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Stein. Jr. with Mr. 



As we were called recently to 
cover Florence Wilson's Invita- 
tion £i:owing of the Country 
French Shop Fai lions, we thought 
of the gviileiessBsss^of charwoman 
Mrs. 'Arris in "Mrs. 'Arris Goes 
to Paris" as she attended an 
opening of Christian Dior, having 
reached her life's ambition in 
sperding a day in Paris, and hav- 
ing acquired iier capital by winn- 
ing a lottery. 

The window of Florence Wil- 
son's on Laskin Road sparkles in 
snowy white formals and hostess 
gowns. A silver Skimmer-short for- 
mal is elegant and an eye-catcher, 
and the display is cooly sophisti- 
cated. The doorway, too, is unus- 
ual m full, silver and gold. 

As we entered, Caroline Rdler, 
Frances Rucker and Carolyn Barr 

of the Mayflower were coming cut. 
They mentioned champagne and 
exotic outfits. Milling around and 
sipping champape, the guests, 
while admu-ing dresses by Gallant, 
Traina, Schrader, Cameo, Cassini 
and others, made us realize that 
this was practically a family af- 
fah-, since congenial Mr. Wilson, 
an affable host and tailored to 
perfection, was welcoming every- 
one, and introducing Tucker Wil- 
son, his attractive daughter who 
has moved here from Boyce. 
Tucker wore hot pink shoes and 
her dress was fashioned with 
huge blocks of dianond-shaped 
insets of iiot pink, tangerine and 
white. Her escort was Malcolm B. 
Vilas, in from Cleveland, Ohio. 
Tucker, also like Greer Garson, 
wore a single dangling earring 
—a large ruby-studded hoop. 

Mrs. Wikoo was lovely m white 
with a rounded neckUne, while 
Mrs. Richard Keeley, the smartly 
scj. liiticated manager of the 
ahopj^, wore black with a large 
crisp oganza collar, and pearls, 
rfec hurband. ' Rldiani Keeley, 
manager of tte Americana was 



ard Mrs. Robert Stein, Sr. were 
here from Thalheimer's in Rich- 
mond. 

Later in the evening a birthday 
cake was cut, a conrjplete surprise 
for Reba Keeley. 

Mrs. William Ke!Iam, in a beau- 
tiful pink silk cocktail suit wa.s 
chatting congenially with Alice 
Brewer White, and she w^s i'>ined 
by her daughter, Mary Jo Chap- 
lain. Mrs. Lief Andersen, in suin- 
mer white discussed "ca'obages 
and kings" with Mrs. T. Cornell 
Berry, smart in a hunter's green 
crepe dress and matching shoes. 

Others having a most pleasant 
time were Miss Margaret Har- 
grove, Captain and Mrs. E. T. 
Deacon, and Mr. and Mrs. William 
Glave, whose artistry was shown 
in the decorative decor. They were 
here from Richmond. 

We had witnessed the acme of 
fashion presentation, equal to any 
party in London and New York, 
nd a more friendly one than the 
one Mrs. 'Arris had attended in 
Paris! 



BAR Meeting 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Prin- 
cess Anne County Chapter of the 
Daughters of the .\merican Revo- 
lution met Saturday, Septcnnber 11, 
at the heme of Mrs. Dwight Moore 
on Wildwood Drive. 

A program explaining American 
religious heritage, and showing 
faith requires action was directed 
by Mrs. J. W. Squires. /* 

Mrs. Welton Hampton spoke 'wn 
national defense. She asked that 
recognition be shown local police 
for the fine job they do in the com- 
munity. 

Mrs. J. Fletcher Bryant, Chap- 
ter Regent, announced that Sep- 
temb2r 17 to 23 will be Constitu- 
tion Week in (Aservance of the 
signing of the Constitution of the 
United States. 



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WOOL KNIT, BUT OF COURSE! The Smportant wod knit coat 
costume by Kimberiy for Fall 19W \eoinbines a ^ghtly A-!ined 
dress with a matching coat. Welt gaming deitail jn the dress collar 
dkd yoke is repeated in the coat front. The jaunty Kttle tie-on pill- 
box is by Archie Eason. 



By Alice Brewer White 
Notes from the smart fashion 
brochure just received from the 
great Neiman-Marcus store in 
Dallas tells us that there are ex- 
citing new changes in the Fall- 
Winter fashion picture with a few 
ideas so good ^ey're held over. 
Three encouraging ideas are first, 
that you're going to be pretty. Not 
tough chic, not off to the moon but 
pretty. Clothes are sewn, not sol- 
dered. Seams needled, not welded. 
Soft, feminine even strict tailoring 
remembers a woman will wear it. 
Secondly, the demands of The Tot- 
al Look. The suit demanding cer- 
tain shoe, demanding certain hose, 
demanding certain glove. The Tot- 
al Look. The third thought is that 
\he ageless age is here. Science, 
medicine, diet and dress, all on 
a woman's side. Look young. 
Stay young. Your hemline? Well, 
it's up to you. Ttie knee cap is a 
good leg line and again young. Not 
ridiculous and yours can be the 
most interesting legs in the world. 
'ViStocklngs can be fishnet, cro- 
cheted, see-through and textured. 
Matching a costume, a shoe head- 
on; pidcing up a dwninant color. 
Shimmering by night! 

FASHIONABLES 

We recently pecked over the 
shopping-shoulders of some of 
Tidewater's Fashionables at Flor- 
ence Wilson's and found out who 
some of their favorite designers 



are. For example, stunning Mrs. 
MUlford Stein of Norfolk will be 
wearing designs by Teal Traina 
and Frank Gallant come cooler 
days. . .Mrs. Williams Kellam 
likes fashions in toast, beige and 
mink and brown colors and 
adores "anything pink". She'll be 
seen in a stunning Abe Schrader 
costume of brown and white tat- 
tersall!. . .Norfolk's Mrs. L. D. 
Herschler, always fashion con- 
scious, will be wearing designs by 
Abe Schrader and Jerry Silverman 
. . .Can't wait to see Virginia 
Beach's Mrs. Julian Lawrence's 
new Frank Gallant outfit in the 
newest, most popular color of 
plum! . Mrs. Morgan Rucker 
loves the Highlight fashions and 
will be entertaining her house 
guests in an Oleg Cassini hostess 
and pants costume, long over- 
blouse and in colors to harmonize 
with ttie decor of her home! 

SUNNY AND BRIGHT 

Gold jewehy continues to J)e a 
big fashion favorite and the sea- 
son outlook on gold jewelry is 
sunny and bright, with the new 
designs featuring an appearance 
of lightness. Detailed intricacy and 
third dimension make gold jewel- 
ry seem light in both weight and 
color. Texturas and depth contrib- 
ute high and low overtones of 
light, and the sparkle individually- 
set precious and semi-,preclous 
stones adds a bright airiness to the 



new and finely-wrou^ designs. 
The continued popularity of fine 
18 krat gold insures a "sunshiny" 
lock. Elegant "expressionist" mot- 
its in 18 karat gold pins, earrings 
and bracelets— all feather-light and 
aiiy— bathe this year's goW jew- 
elry fashions in a glamhous, 
golden glow. 

T.ie most exciting innovation in 
gold jewelry this year, according 
to the Jewelry Industry Council, is 
"green gold". It's a new color in 
14 karat gold, a very rich mellow 
sheen and it adapts itself beauti- 
fully to all the finishes and tex- 
tures women so love in karat gold 
—matt, brush, and Florentine as 
well as the new textures of tovely 
bark and mink. No one can com- 
plain that the 1956 gold jewelry 
lacks variety in either texture or 
design. It features plenty of both. 
FASHION FLASH 

"Clothing witli a personal touch" 
is the slogan chosen by "Butdi" 
Clarit for his Clothing Chest and it 
couldn't be a better slogan. If 
you are shopping for ladies' 
sportswear to cocktail things to 
get your new season going, you'll 
find the jam-packed ladies nook at 
the Ckttihing Chest wdth affable 
Ruby Wells to he^ you with 
your selections. Stunning suits by 
Jonathan Logan and Madison, 
Aileen Knits sportswear, Junior 
Theme and Miss Theme fadiions, 
Suebrett and Suzy Perette pretties 
and, of course, the most popular 
Mister Pants outfits. Sizes are 
from five petite through sixteen. 
And, how about telling the Man- 
In-Your-Life that he, too, can get 
completely togged out from head 
to toe in the men's deparment. 



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Lots of birthday gifts for the b I s, 
cosmantics,, leathw cases, ties 
and so on, too! 

GIFT GOODIES 
Have ycu visited Denton's Gift 
Shops lately? They don't misquote 
when they advertize "every gift 
imaginable". We're simply fasci- 
nated with the fun things we found 
at the Laddn Road shop. Of 
many, many unique calendars, the 
Doggone Calandar tickled us, 
with 12 tearoff calendar month 
postcards suitable for mailing af- 
ter use. Another calendar has re- 
productions of Churchill's paint- 
ing for framing. Stunning table 
decors of colorful plastic grape 
clusters in all different colors for 
only $8.98. Liquor sticks 'tor 
kicks" with lollyp<^s of gin, bour- 
bon and so on and a wonderful 
bright yellow fishing mit to pro- 
tect your fingers from the fish 
hook and, . the fish! . We love 
Wi!Us At HUtop's slogan, "City 
furniture at caintry pieces" and 
if you'vt not stopped by there re- 
cently we suggest you do so pron- 
to! You'll want to back up a furn- 
iture van at the door and make off 
with everything! Especially the 
stunning wood, brass and Tole 
lamps and the variety of smart 
bokends. Of course, you'O find the 
newest designed furniture for ev- 
ery room in your home but "Skee" 
Bums, manager, is quite excited 
over the good selection of real 
large pictures now on display. 
They are deli^tful scenes mostly 
and measure about 44 by 30 inch- 
es. So, if you have a lonely walj 
at your place now is the time to 
decorate it with one of the Willis 
At Hilltop's outdoor picture scenes. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Septeffrber 15, 19^ 

Page 3^ 



Vows Excha 




KIT LYNN PATERNA itf "Beau M<mde" 

First Model Agency Here 




Ti/TAL LOOK — Rudi Gernreich has done it again with an original 
ide|il iHore he has t»iiied a surgeon's coat for his brown an.^ white 
giraffe "Surgeon" coot^uit in stenciled ponyskin! MatcUng print 
tights and matdiing print fur flats are |by C^erio. 



AAUW Coffee 



Text and Photo by CassanA-a 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beach Branch of the Anrierican 
Assoclatirai of University Women 
entertained prospective members 
at a c<^fee held at the home of 
Mrs. Donald H. Rhodes, 621 Heron 
Point Circle last Saturday. She 
was assisted by Mrs- C Bradley 
Arnett, St., Mrs. James G. Kel- 
lam, Mrs. Josefih Sadler, and Hits. 
F. Ray ShieH, Jr. 

The lovely Rhodes home, situ- 
ated am(Mig tall trees, a brick co- 
k>nial, exuded peace and good 
family livii^, as the 30 or more 
girls chatted in groups about their 
various colleges, universities, nat- 
ive states, husbands, diiklrens, vo- 
cations and avocations. 

As dainty party food was being 
snnred, we wanda«d into the 
paneled den and noted a vocation 
tribute of Anna's whkh reads "An- 
na Maigaret Yotng Rhodes- 
Masters of Education from the 
University of Virginia'. 

DcMiaki, a lawyer, was not pres- 
ent, but on the bade lawn, the 



highest accolade to these two at- 
tractive people was cooing and 
gurgling in his stroller. Donald H. 
Rhodes, Jr. was precious. 

The first meetmg will be held 
Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. 
in the Eastern Shore Chapel. Mrs. 
C. Bernard Brown is the program 
diairman for the year and she has 
secured a film on China for the 
meeting. 



By Doris Padrick, Women's Editor 
"Beau Monde' " means Beautiful 
World which is the name of the 
new model agency which has op- 
ened in the Stroud Building across 
from Princess Anne Plaza. The 
name was picked by its director, 
JVIrs. Jo Ann Ingalls, who feels 
lovely ladies from 6 to 60 . or 
more) can add much to the world. 
"Beau Monde' " is also a charm 
school where miss or madam may 
uncover her own personal beauty. 
Many hide their natural beauty 
beneath a self-concious manner, a 
negative approach to tehir own 
worth, and ignorance of fashion. 
To those who wish to discover 
their "beautiful self", Mrs. Ingalls 
offers a variety of personal ser- 
vices. 

"Beau Monde' " has complete 
classes in self improvement an* 
modeling for a professional career. 
And specific problems such as 
TOake-up, wardrobe, poise, figure 
control, hair styling, and social 
graces can be licked -by Jo Ann's 
help. She will conduct classes or 
give private instruction for pre- 
teens, teens, models, mothers, ma- 
trons, grandmothers, and even 
great-grandmothers. "A girl 
should act Uke and be a 'lady' at 
any age" believes this mother of 
seven who looks like a teen-ager! 
Rather than be called a charm 
school, she feels it falls more into 
the category of a fine finishing 
school. 

"Beau Monde' '' is a dream 
come true for Mrs. Ingalls who 
was the former Jo Ann DiSandro 
of Norfolk. She is a graduate of 
Maury High school and is mar- 
ried to Lcdr. F. G. Ingalls who is 
from New York and now stationed 
at OINOLANTFLT. Jo Ann is a 
graduate of The Models Guild 
Inc. of Washington, D. C. and had 
been a professional model for 
more than 10 years. She also 
taught modeling for about three 
years, and trained girl scouts and 
other ladies in leadership. 

Tiny, slim and blonde Jo Ann is 
the mother of Rebecca, 19; Carol, 
17; Joyce, 16; Fred, 14; Edward, 
11; LeAnn. 4: and Kathy, 2. She is 
Uving proof that being a wifci^nd 
mother is no excuse for not teing 
beautiful. .\11 it takes is know-how 
and determination. She can |«-(>- 
vide the know-how if you have' the 
determination . . 

Any girl whether she is a host- 
ess to a swanky dinner party or a 
waitress in a diner, or a door-to- 



door saleswoman, or a salesgirl 
in a department store, or a recep- 
tionist, or 'just a haisewife' who 
wants her family to be proud of 
her, can be more successful with 
self-confidence. When you feel 
pretty, you are pretty. When you 
feel right, you are right. 

Ja'Vnn is pleased with the re- 
sponse of many of the fomier 
free-lance models who have signed 
with her agency. Not only be- 
cause she feels she can offer them 
a lucrative career with steady 
assignments of various clients, 
but also because she feels models 
need the protection of an agency 
which will t^e it own photographs 
of the models and will investigate 
the assignments before sending the 
girls out. She knows there are, un- 
fortunately some photographers 
and clients who will embarrass 
and take advantage of the lovely 
models who may not be etper- 
ienced or worldly-wise enoi^ to 
know the pit-falls which could 
discourage the career of an otiier- 
wise potential respectable fashion 
model. 

Among the models wlw are tops 
in their profession and well-known 
throughout the Tidewater area 
who are now with "Beau Monde' " 
are Bert Harper, Dobie Hogan, 
and Pat Gamage. A new model 
who has moved here from Florida 
where he had been very success- 
ful is Ruthie Hill. And Mrs. In- 
galls has recently signed up two 
children models who have moved 
to Virginia Beach. They are sisters 
^Kit Lynn Paterna is 10 years 
old and a member of The Ameri- 
can Federation, Television, Radio 
Artist of Cleveland; and P«nela 
Lynn who is 6. Both have done 
much TV and magazine work. 

"A. A. Boothe, Jr. is also as- 
sociated with "Beau Monde' " and 
ttie model agency-finishing school 
is the first of its kind in the city. 
Mrs. Ingalls has stressed that em- 
phasis will always be placed on 
the individual beauty of the per- 
on taking any or all of the 
coursasf offered. , . 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Hum- 
phreys and daughter, Marjf, .w^e 
the gufstsof hte pan&tij,- Cojn- 
mandef aad Mrs. H. B^ Hum- 
phreys of Virginia Beadi, afta* 
having 'attend^ ^ <\«p(Mngiof 
their sijn Richard E. HtkAphrleys 
to Patricia Kirklyn aratton of 
Fort Royal. They have since re- 
turned to their home in Arlin^tm, 
Va. 




ceo Hears Popkin 

VIRGiJNIA mjACH - The Coun- 
cil of Civic Oi^anizations of Vir- 
ginia Beach mrt Wednesday night 
at the VEPCO building. 

Hcward Pofkin, of Vii^nia 
Beach, a tong^ime outspoken foe 
of the State Milk Commission, dis- 
cussed the agmcy with the mem- 
bers of the Council of Civk* Or- 
ganizations, in the hope the wgaiu- 
zation would join in the "milk 
fight- 





In 1892 the U. S. S. Texas, the first of the ships 
of the modem Navy, was launched at Norfolk 
Naval Shipyard.' 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had served Norfolk for 
27 years. 

Hie mi^ty diip charged the future of the Navy and 
Tidewater was prcud to have had a part of her crej^n. 
In these days a great tradition was being born at H. D. 
Oliver ... the tradWon of providing only the mort re- 
spected fireral and burial servkres for the commua4y. 
Today the nagne H. D. Olh^- is hi^ly regarded. kR ex- 
perienced staff, modem faeces, including a new home 
at Virgima Beach and a desire to serve, en^^ie them to 
provide for ywr every need. Call on H. D. (Mivw for 
the vMy finest. 

Bkrry D. nnd James B. OUtct 






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THOMAS iFRANKLYN WHITE 



WHITE— ETHERroGE 

The wedding of Carol Lee Ether- 
idge and Thomas Franklyn White 
took place September 10 in Vir- 
ginia Beach Methodic Ctiurch at 
4 p.m. The formal candlelight cer- 
emony was performed by Dr. R. 
Orman Bryant. 

■JJie bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Etheridge 
of Virginia Beach. The bride- 
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. 
James Ellis White, Sr. of Virginia 
Beach. 

Given in marriage by her fath- 
er, the bride wore a floor tei^ 
gown of white peau de soie and 
chantilly lace with chapel train. 
Her illusion veil fell from her 
hea<^iece of roses and petals with 
lace and seed pearls, and she car- 
ried a cascade of white carnation 
and orchids. 

Miss Marjorie Marie Coffey of 
Buena Vista was her maid of 



honor. Bridesmaids were BliM 
Elizabeth Ann Johnson of Rkii- 
mond, Miss Sara MaUnda Wom- 
mack of Virginia Beach, and Miss 
Marjorie Gayle Flora of Virginia 
Beach. Miss Laura Pool of Pfois- 
mouth served as mistress of cere- 
monies. Flower girl was Mias 
Karen Ann Moscoffian of Vir^a 
Beach, and ring bearer was Mas- 
ter James Ellis. III. 



Mr. James Ellis White. Se. 
ed as best man for his aon. Uahen 
were James ElMs White, Jr., Ifi- 
chael Alan White, Glen PattcrMD 
Michael, Jr. of Baltimore. Marjr- 
land; and Daniel Harrell Phlegar 
of Harrisonburg. 

FoUowing the ceremony, the 
wedding recepti<m was held in the 
church social hall. 

The couple will make their heme 
at 609 Shadowlawn Ave.. Apt. 1, 
Dayton, Ohk>, after a northern 
wedding tr^. 



LEADING BEAUn SALON 

SPECIALIZING IN HAIR STYLING 

INTRODUCING 
HAIR COLORING WITH tHiE NEW 



"SOLARMA'nC" 



BLEACHING 15 MINUTES 

LOVING CARE 4 TO 6 MINUTES 

UNTING 8 TO 10 MINUTES 

CHAMIER OF COMMERCE BLDO..«Kk * PACIFIC 

PHONE 428-2611 VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINU 







0. W IVtlfrniiiii -Ir.. Hpeisteml PharmaciM 

THIS IS NOT OUR 

USUAL V^ORKING 

COSTUME . . . 



. . . but. if an emergency arises 
at night, our pharmacists are 
ready to an.swer your physician's 
call and provide the medicine you 
need. We are able to fill mMt 
prescriptions immediately from 
our complete stock of drugs, and 
can obtain unusual orders quickly 
from our many source of supply. 
Our emergency night phone 
number is 464-0838. At Bayside 
Pharmacy we are dedicatwl to 
professional service. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1 5, 1966 

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iHTOMAUYSPIAKINO 



Pevebpment Of Our Slate Park 

and future in Virginia 



We strcMigly support the improve- 
ments to t>e made in State Seashore 
Parle this winter, as they are stated on 
Page 1. The news that the State will 
spend $260,000 there to add a large 
number of new campsites, parking lots 
and boating facilities, and to renovate 



the present 
Beach. 

The master plan will take into consid- 
eration the closed public beach, which 
was shut down many years ago to 
avoid desegregation. This was a bad 
move when it was taken and the area 



the fK}usekeeping cabins is indeed wel- should have been reopened as quickly 

oome and comes none too soon. as possible. It was not, and now no one 

During tNs summer many campers is certain what to do because of the 

were turned away for lack of space, and state of disrepair of the buildings and 

still a record number of people made the traffic and parking problems the 

use of State Seashore Park, making it opening it would create. 
the nrrost widely used park in Virginia. We urge the State of Virginia and the 

Further development can only meet the architect of the proposed master plan 

growing needs of our citizens and our to place the reopening of that bathing 

tourist friends. area of the Chesapeake Bay high on 

Probably the most welcome news their agenda, ft is the first time the mat- 

♦lowever is that a master plan is about ter has been discussed in many years. 





smKKmmm 

The city of Virginia Beach has ur:by in Viet Nam from wou^* 

bi^gun a study iw a master de- received in EghtiKg tiiere. V 

vt'cpcnent p!an for Sarxljridge and solder was on his second tour oi 

the area just to the sau'.h of it. duty in .toutlieasit Asia. He volun- 

Ti-.e woik will be ccordina'.;d by teered for conri>3t duty in Sr> 

Charles Kil^v, <Jire?tcr cf Piiblic tejr.lber, 1964, just five months aK?r 

W;;lc3, P'.arAkg Corrcr^siion, Civil he pined the .Airoy. BaL'our is Uie 

De:En:e, and Hea!!h. Additional in- sen of C. T. Biioa- of the 4W 

fjrmalicn will be cbtainjd from bicck of Garrison Kace. 

studies being made by ^e U. S. * * * ■ i 

D:;artn:er,t of Conservation, the The American Meteorological So- 

Army CVs cf Enginsers, and a ciety hdd a three-day conference 

private firm hired by the city to |af,t wetk 

make a five .north cana'l stiM^ of xhe AMS 



Another Littie-Enforced Law 



toe area surrounding Back Bay. 
The Ptudy is expected to be com- 

fkted in a few mcn'hs. 

* « * 

V'ginia Wesleya.i CcRege wilJ 
hold an open house Sur.iay a'tsr- 
ncon from 3 to 5 p.m. Taurs w:"!l 
b3 cond-ucifd cf the $1.5 million 
ir.c ';;tul:cn. The cc'''ege hzgins for- 
md c'a&SEs Monday with a c'!ass 
of 75 freshmen and 15 instructors. 
The coeducational institution strad- 
dles the Virginia Beach Norfolk 
city lines near the Lake Wright 

Motor Lodge. 

* * * 

Tbcmas Dale Strew, 17, of the 
^00 block of Virginius drive has 
been charged with manrlaughter 
in connection with a boatiiig fatali- 
ty Labor Dav on Lake Joyce. Jo- 
Ann- Eileen WittersheLm, 14, of the 
4400 b'ock of Bkck^eard Road 
died at 9;30 p.m., Sept. 5 at the 
General Ho^ital of Virginia Beach 

alter she had4)een hit by a boat. 

* ♦ ♦ 

A Virginia Beach so'dier, Amiy 
PFC Dennis Balfour, 23, died Sat- 



at Hie Cavato Hotel. 

meeting was the first 
of its kind. Weathermen from 
across the nation gathered to dis- 
cuss and confer about Marine t Oc- 
eanic) Meteorology last Wednes- 
day, Thursday and Friday. In the 
past marins Meteorology has bsen 
included with other phases of 
weatlier study at AMS conferencss. 
The ocean sciences and tiie sub- 
ject of weather control are new- 
aspects of the Meteorologists' 

study. 

* * * 

A federal grand jury in Norfolk 
has indicted four men accused in 
the Aug. 10 robbery of the Pem- 
broke branch of Uie First Nat- 
ional Bank of Norfolk, in which 
armed bandits made off with $16,- 
515. The four that were indicted 
are Bobby Gene Ross, 27, John- 
nie Samuel Harris, 18, Lawrence 
Leonard Malry, 22, and McHenry 
Andrews, 25. In the holdup, two 
bank employees, John C. Neal 
and Miss Peggy Evans were beat- 
en, 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Dear Sir: The nationwide recognition of 

I would like to thank Doris Pa- this Park would prove to be one 



There is a law on the books which There is nothing worse than driving 

generally states that trash and garbage through many otherwise beautiful 

to be drawn for State Seashore Park and and it is high time something is'done cans can only be on the street from 7 neighborhoods on a Sunday afernoon 

its future development. We do not feel to right a very bad situation. A.M. to 7 P.M. on the day or days of and spotting bulging and smelly gar- 

that the large tract of land has been Development of a proposed new refuse collection. This law is so blatent- bage cans sitting at the curb waiting for drick for her fine column on the of tiie greatest advertising values 

used to best advantage to this time and State Park in the Sandbridge area also ly ignored that it is probably useless to the Monday collection. We admit break- '^^i^^^ '^ ^"^^^° ^. ^""2"^^ rLSa'eaf '"''" 

feel that a great deal can be done to sounds like a good idea at this time, have it on the books at all. ing the law ourselves by putting out very early in the summer, wiien 

especially with the influx of residents Occasionally it is enforced in a given the cans in the dark the night before, 

and tourists to our area. We hope that neighborhood for a short period of ' 

the State also draws a master plan for time, but then the law again falls into 

the best possible development of that oblivion. Either the law needs to be re- 



make it a fine park comparable to none 
We agree also that the undisturbed na- 
ture of the park must be taken into con- 
sideration and we are hopeful that 



muchof the park can remain as an oasis park, should it be accepted and come vised or enforced, or ignored. We do 



Beach 
Very early in the summer 

the North area of the beach 
because the collection is so early, but comparatively uncrowded 
we feel the law could be revised to in- 
clude this practice. It is doubtful, how- 



in the as^alt and concrete jungles of into being 

Friday Night High School Football 

Virginia foolball enthusiasts had This is a matter that needs much 

their choice one recent Friday night of thought. We would like to hear your 

witnessing one of the 51 Virginia Hiqh opinions. 

School League ^dmes which officially ■ 

ushered in fhe Old Dominion's scholas- 

tfc season or stay at horrje and view the j^^ Beautificatiofl Commission 
telecast of a professional football game. 



The same thing happened last weekend 
when 214 VHSl schools, including all 
ihe high schools in Virginia Beach, 
sougt»t a grid audience at the same time 
a pro game was being telecast. 

In many areas a sharp decrease in 
spectators was noted, attributable di- 
rectly to the televised progame. In Vir- 
ginia Beach, no one is willing to say if 
or how the TV game affected the turn- 
outs here, but privately one coach said 
he lelt his attendance was "most defi- 
nitely" hurt. 

This is a serious matter when fans 
stay at home to watch TV rather than 
supped the hard-working scholastic 
teams. Secondary school leaders and 
and others feel that professional foot- 



The Virginia Beach Beautification 
Commission has celebrated its first 
birthday with no fanfare, but its effect 
on our city has been marked. We invite 
our readers to take note of the Com- 
mission's accomplishments during its 
first year of operation. A story of those 
accomplishments appears in this 
edition. 



not know which, but we know it should 

not be repealed. Every once in a while 

a notice is passed out to all residents of left at the curb far too long after col lee 

the city informing them of the law, but. ^'on. It only takes a moment to bring 

enforcement is another thing. An arrest the cans in, and even the most delicate 

in such a case is rare indeed. 

We realize that our policemen are 
busy and shorthanded and that they 
have more things to do than look for 
stray garbage cans, but an enforce- 
ment campaign could be worked out 
in the best interests of our city and its 
good looks. 



The Forthcoming Bond Issue 



Virginia Beach City Council has 

given its tentative approval to a seven 

million dollar bond issue and will call 

upon the courts to have the matter 

placed before the voters of the City of 

Virginia Beach in November on the 

Perhaps the accomplishments cannot General Election day. The bond issue is 

be measured altogether in tangible an ambitious one, and it is a good one 

ways, but we feel that the influence the worthy of a growing city. 

Beautification Commission has had on g^^j -^^^^^ -^ ^^^ 3^ i^ Virginia 

most of our residents has been a |ob to Beach have been mostly concerned 

with schools, more schools and still 

in the years to come, the first-year more schools. This was necessary be- 

efforts made by planting crepe rnyrtle cause of the tremendous growth of our 

ball telecast on Friday night could seri- ^^^^^ '" strategic locations will be seen city and the great increase in popula- 

ously aipple high school football pro- ^^^ better, but already our own resi- tion. This is still going on, but we are 

grams and other high school athletic ^®"^s have seen the beauty of these beginning to catch up, and this bond 

trees, and others are beginning to ap- 'ssue before us now includes a number 

pear in many different neighborhoods, of other worthwhile items. Schools still 

r^ . , . , , would get a third of the money, how- 

During the |ust ended summer sea- g^g^ 

heard an untold number of 



programs for which football often pro- 
vides financial aid. Also at stake could 
be a loss of a fine physical fitness pro- 
gram and spirit of competition, if the 
number of spectators drop off consider- 
ably. The games cannot be played at a 
complete financial loss. 

Some high schools have then sug- 
gested games on Thursday night, to 
wtiich we object strongly, since Friday 
is still a school day, and the students 
must be prepared and mentally alert. 

Virginia congressmen and Senators 
have been askMl to help in this matter 
and in all fairness not to give profes- 
sional foolball any legislative considera- 
tion they seek until high school games 
are given protection against televising 
Friday night games, similar to protec 



was 

(the 

water temperature being still a 

bit chilly for average swimmers i, 

I saw my thirteen year old son 

ever, that it would be so revised as to arrested for surfing illegally in 

indlude a Sunday afternoon. front of his own house. He had 

Then many times the empty cans are J"^' t^kra up the sport only two 

■ - '^ ' wecJcs before and was out there 

at 3:30 p.m. on a week day, due 
to a misconception on both our 
parts as to the legal surfing hours 
at that end of the beach. We are 
newcomers here. 

At the appointed time, we spent 
an unnecessarily long and tedious 
morping in court, after whiph my 
son was fined $10.00 plus $6.40' 
court costs. During our short ses- 
sion in the Judge's chambers, I 
was personally insulted by the of- 
ficer who arrested my son. This 
gentleman must have been con- 
vinced that the best defensive was 
a good offensive; I realized later 
that he had expected me to com- 
plain to the Judge about his treat- 
ment of the arrest, since the four 
or five boys who were obedient 
enough to come out of the water 
waen he blew the whistle had to 
be given tickets while they watch- 
ed at least half dozen more surf- 
ers (older and wiser ones, I found 
out later) continue to surf right 
out in front of them, unimpeded 
by the law. However, I accepted 
the uncalled for and untrue re- 
marks made by this officer about 
me and did not even try to de- 
fend myself, considering the sou- 
rce from whence this kind of 
slander originates. My only com- 
plaint to the Judge was I'lat no 
Mother should be expected to ex- 
plain satisfactorily to her son why 
he could not surf in front of his 
own house when every day he 
could see dozens doing just that 
and getting away with it. Should 
not, I a;kcd him, the law be en- 
forced consistently for all? 

The Judge advised me to call 
the p:lice at any future time when 
I saw surfers breaking the law 
in front of my home between the 
hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 
All sunr.mer long I have endeav. 
ored to do so. since fiis Honor re- 
minded me that it was my duty 
as a citizen to report lawbreakers. 
Yesterday, Labor Day, when the 
water was packed with swimmers. 
young and old, I reported surf- 
ers, but when the policeman ar- 
rived a short lime later, he mere- 
ly lectured them for a minute. 



As a gateway to the deep South 
the economic im,j>act of this Park 
would tremendously benefit Tide- 
water, and areas far to the North 
and South of our locality. 

Virginia Beach should, and 
would, become a prime stopover 
point for travelers and vacation- 
ers going either North or South. 

Please be assured of our support 
in this matter. 

Harry Themides 
President— Plantation Motel 



housewife can handle the job. 

It would seem to us that good com- 
mon sense and any spark of civic pride 
would demand proper habits in this 
matter, but since this is too often not 
the case, we would like to see a crack- 
down on the offenders. They need not 
be arrested. A warning concerning 
their oversight should serve. 

The Automated Post Office 

Virginia Beach is fast coming of age, 
and in many ways is maturing faster 
than cities around us. The new drive-in, 
self-service, seven-day-a-week, 24 - 
hour-a-day automated post office facil- 
ity to be dedicated on the parking lot of 
the Pembroke Mall Shopping Center is 
certainly a good example. 

We are proud that Virginia Beach has 
been chosen as one of the pilot cities 
for such a facility, and we believe the 
people of Virginia Beach will use the 
time-saving unit to best advantage. In 
the relatively fast pace of living today, 
such a facility is needed. Now post of- 
fice customers w+ll be able to drive up 
to the new center any time, day or 
night, and take care of their mailing 
business quickly and easily. 

Not only can one mail letters and buy 
stamps and envelopes there, but postal 
scales will also be available and evr^i 
a machine to issue minimum insurance. 
For those who never seem to have the 
right change, bill and coin changers will 
be available. Should a customer need 
assistance, all he need do is pick up a 



Dear Mr. Lowenthal: 

Let ™e thar.k you most heartily 
for the splendid editorial on Vir- 
gmia W£:le>an Coi'cge whicl/ ap- 
peared* th*^ Virginia Bdfeh Sun 
cf Thursday, Scplen-Jber 8. Your 
interest and support mean much 
to all cf the members of our 
stalf, I can assure you. 

Very sincerely, 

Lanr.bulh M. Clarke, 

President 



son we neard an 

tourists compliment the beautiful flow- Part of the school money would go 
ers planted by the City in several loca- toward funds being collected for two 
tions. They left Virginia Beach knowing new secondary schools which will be 
that the City fathers and the citizens are necessary in a few years for all the 
working hard to make this a beautiful present elementary students. Part will 
as well as wonderful place to visit. be for additions to existing schools and 

A large number of business establish- part for construction of a new and much phone which puts hrm in direct touch 
ments have also added shrubs and needed third school in the Princess with someone who can help him im- 
flowers, aiding the overall beauty of Anne Plaza area. mediately, 

our city. The casual observer must be Nearly three million dollars is ear- Not only should the facility prove to 

aware that efforts are being made all marked for necessary public buildings be a time and personnel saver, but it ^.._. ^^ 

over the city of Virginia Beach toward to house rapidly growing aspects of our should also be the beginning of a total- ^^^" "^'^^^^ "^^^ P'*^''^^ "P ^he''" "'t ^"*"'''"' realization of a'phvij. 



Dear Sir: 

The Virginia Ccmmis-sion on Out- 
door Recreation's recommendation 
fcr the expenditure of $1,000,000 to 
buy the land between the Back 
Bay Wildlife Refuge and the N. C. 
line is the most far-reaching 
proposal yet to come from 
a state commisssion. It is a wel- 
come relief to see our Outdoor 
Recreation Commission make a 
pitch for such an obvious stretch 
of virgin seashore in the face of 
the proliferation of a "blacktop" 
heritage that we are so careles.<ly 
building for our sons and daugh- 
ters to inherit. As land values 
steadily mount each year time is 
running out for us to acquire such 
large tracts of potentially usolul 
recreational areas at any kind of 
price laat we, the taxpayers, will 
be able to afford. Let us not delay 
but use all our influence to make 
this wonderful proposal a reality. 
We may never get another chance] 
at least another chance we caii 
ever afford. Our children will have 
little respect for us as adults if 
they have no place to use as a 
getaway from the '-asphalt jun- 
gles"' we have been preparing for 
them. " 

Ttie future value of this acqui- 
sition of land is immeasurable in 
the terms of economic benefit to 
ail Virginia Citizens, enhancement 
of Virginia's image as a "forward 
looking" state, cultural and rec- 
reational advantages to the mill- 
ions of visitors to such a pro- 
posed park, and possibilities 



for 



if the 



making this a more beautiful place to municipal government. At this time ly new concept in easy mail handling. 

visit or to live. many of the city governmental units are Most customer services can be handled 

j^ ,, If these meager efforts during the housed in cramped and ancient guar- at the new unit, with the exception of 

™I colleges have on Saturday after- first year are any example, the Beautifi- ters unfit for adequate use and for the package mailing and the like, and there 

cation Ccsnmission will have a pro- efficiency of the future. will be about ten pickups a day. 
found influence on the communHy in Additional funds are sought in the According to Virginia Beach Post- 
the years to come. We certainly hope bond issue for increased city highway master Joseph Crosswhite, Jr., the one 
so, since we want to see Virginia construction and for new parks and most responsible for obtaining the unit 
Beach the most beautiful city anywhere, recreational facilities. All of these pro- for Virginia Beach in the early stages of 
Now if something can just be done jects are necessary and will mean much ite usage is Congressman Tom Down- 
about the tremendous amount of litter- to the city in the future. We believe ing. We thank Mr. Downing for helping 
ing, perhaps that would help. What City Manager Hatchett has come up 
about more littering arrests? Sounds with high priority projects, well thought 
like a gocd idea and an eye-<^>ener to out, for this bond issue, and we urge 
a civic problem. _ _ _ everyone's si^>poft. 



noon 

Virginia schoolmen feel that 
business of professional football is ex- 
empted from laws which are applicable 
to other businesses, professional foot- 
b*ll should, in turn, become nrrare rea- 
sonable wirti amateur programs of 
spftfl* involving thcH^sands of Virginia 
youngsters. Where do the pros come 

« ftwn anyway but from the amateur 

i^^ramsl 



beards and went away. Yes, they 
got off free, and we saw it all. 
^!orcove^, it was mil the first 
time this has happened. 

Ls it no wonder that so irany 
adults and teenagers today have 
so little respect for the law? 
Respectfully yours, 
Ruth B. Sherman 



to get this fine addition for Virginia 
Beach. It is an excellent addition to the 
maturity of Virginia Beadi and an asset 
to the community. 



Dear Sir: 

Our attention has been called to 
a movement to establish a Nat- 
ional Park in our immediate area. 

It i; our hope that this matter 
will receive the support and ap 
proval of all interested in I it pro 
^rei3 and growth of Virginia 
Beach. 



cal connection to the Nirth Caro- 
lina Outer Bank, and point, south 
^^ the way to Georgia and Flor- 

The undersigned Innkeeper ur-cs 
our Outdoor Recreation Commf,-! 
'on ^d City Council to proc^en 

posthaste with Kieirpropa.td plan; 
to acquire this land and to re 
member there have alwav, been 
a fe..- individuals who must b- 
convinced to set aside their pcr^ 
sonal and private intere.its ,n 
order for the vast majority of^he 
public to recei%e the bountieFof 
oui wonderftd .\merica. 

Bruce A. Parlt'te 
DIPONUT MOTOR CVn 
J3DBS MOTOR aoi^L 



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Virginia Beach SUN^ Thyrsday, Sep tember 1 5, 1966 

\ " r 

You Bet Your Life 



Page 5-A 





Th» Trovlwt Sahly Styk» 



Refusal to grant th« right-of-way killod or injurtd mora 
than 700,000 penont in 1965. 



Young Demos 
Hear Kellam 



VIRiGIN-rA BEAOH - A joint 
tr.eeting of the Virginia Beach 
Young Democrats and the Princess 
Anne Young Democrats was hrid 
Wednesday night in the Cape 
Hemy Room of the Americana 
Hotel. 

Campaign pJans for the Demo- 
cratic Senatorial and Congressional 
candidiates were discussed aiid 
some sti'ategy was mapped, ac- 
cord Jig to Edward T. Caton, IM, 
president of the Virginia Beach 
Yourg Democrats and Bob Har- 
rington, president of the Princess 
Anne Yoiuig Democrats. 

The featured sipeaker of the 
evening was Virginia's Democratic 
National Committeeman, Sidney S. 
Kd'am, of Virginia Beach. 



Suit Filed 



A 41-year-old Virginia Beach 
man, Albin Mecalis, has filed a 
$5(K),bo damage suit against Billy 
Brady Pleasant, 25, of Richmond. 
Mecalis was strudc by a car 
Aug. 14 while he was moving the 
lawn of his Aragona Village home. 
Jimmy H. Stioemaker, 9, was kni- 
ed in the accident. Pleasant was 
sentenced to 12 months in jail 
and fined $700 for reckless driv- 
ing and driving on a revoked li- 
cense and is presently being held 
for grand jury action on charges 
of manslaughter and leaving the 
scene of an accident. The suit 
seeks $300,000 compensatory dam- 
ages and $200,000 punitive dama- 



FARMER SAWYER'S ALL NEW, ALL MODERN 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



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OPEN eUNDAY THRU SAT. 8 A.M. - 10 P. M. 



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/OUTDOORi 

decorative 

ighting 

• —Quality fixtures by Kim 

• —Lanterns by Hadco 

• —Low Voltage Lighting by Nitescaping 
•—Fountains by Kim and Roman 
•-^. E. Decorative Lamps 

2324 Viiflnla Beach Blvd. 

At LraiM Bridge 

S4MR5 



InttallaHont 
R«pair •nd Strvk* 

Residential and Commercial 

SOUTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

MMUl-NI^ Cd 3II-U73 



Pub. Service 
Corps, Pay 
More Taxes 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Taxes paid 
by Pt'blic Service Corp3rat;onsiin 
Virginia Beach increased by $111,- 
C54.24 in 1933 over 1835. The 
largest increase in the assessed 
tax by Uie State CDnporation Com- 
mission was paid by the Che^a- 
peaka and Potcmoc Tel£i_-:hone 
Ccvnpany of Virginia. C & P is the 
largcsi PiMc Service Corporation 
jin Virginia Beach. 

In 1S35 the tax assessed on C 
& P was $M4.737.07. In 1986 the' 
tax was $112,849.95, an increase 
of $58,082.28. Virginia Electric and 
Power Ccmp-any, the. gacond larg- 
est Public Service C3rpdi;ation also 
had the second largest increase. 
In 1935, VEPCO's tax was $317,- 
913.13, while in 1936 it was $355,- 
695.57, an increase of $37,782.44. 

Three Public Service Corpora- 
tions were assessed less tax in 
1966. They were Norfolk and 
Carolina Telephone Company 
(-$41.64); Penndel Company 
(■$241,561; and Western Union 
Telepgrafd Company (-$44.46). The 
decrease in tax assessment came 
about as the result in realignment 
of rates as set by the State Corp- 
oration Commission, a Virginia 
Beach City official said. 

The taxes are billed by the 
City of Virginia Beach Commiss- 
ioner of Revenue's Office, but the 
revenue goes to the State. 

The Total amount of tax assess- 
ed on Public Service Corporations 
in Virginia Beach in 1958 is $K1,- 
099.87, as compared to $740,045.63 
in 19K. 

Besides those companies listed 
above, other Public Service Corp- 
orations in Virginia Beach listed 
for assesiiTOent are AT & T, Lake- 
ville Estate Water Corporation, 
Norfolk and Southern Railway 
Comipany, Pembroke Water Co., 
Inc., Portsmouth Gas Co., Prin- 
cess Anne Telephone Company, 
Railway Express Agency, Inc., 
Virginia Beach Gas Corp.,' Water 
Surplus Inc. and a new company 
in 1956, Holland Road Water Com- 
pany, which paid a tax, of $883.20. 



New Civic 
Club Elects 

VIRGINW BEACH-The newly 
formed King's Way Civic League 
met Tuesday night at Malibu 
School. It was the second meeting 
cf the group, ccmposed of resi- 
dents of King's Forest and Way- 
side Forest. 

The cluib heard a report of the 
by-law committee and adopted its 
own by-laws, as drawn by the 
committee and amended by the 
membership. 

The memiber^^hip also accepted a 
report of the Board of Directors 
chosen at the first meeting. The 
Board brought back a tentative 
slate of officers who were then 
elected Tuesday night, 

Jim Oliver was elected presi- 
dent. First viccipresident is Bill 
Clark. Second vice-president and 
program chairman is H. Joseph 
Lowenthal, Jr. The Recording Sec- 
reitary is Mrs. Sandra Garrett and 
the Corresponding Secretary is 
Larry Via. Elected treasurer was 
Fred Butt. Mrs. Diane Qeveland 
■ was appointed Historian. 

The charter membership of the 
new group numbers about 45. 

Boating Schools 

VIRGINU BEACH - Two ei^it 
lesson Safe Boating Schools teve 
been scheduled by the United 
States Coa« Guard Auxiliary for 
the Peninsula Area. 

A class will be held in NOR- 
FOLK at the Y!i«lA on Butte 
Street and will start at 7:00 t>.M. 
October 17th. In PORTSMOUTH 
the class will be held at the Coast 
Guari Base and will b^ at 
8.00 P.M., &ptember 22nd. 

You wil receive instruction in 
the fundamentals of the foDow- 
ing: various types of boats, nauti- 
cal terminology, boat handling, 
knots and sjxlices, nusing aids to 
navigation, rul^ o! the road, 
safe motorboM operation and legal 
requiranents. 

Todays boatmen must, in hh 
spare time learn the complexities 
of anall boat handling thai h^ye 
been developed over the centuries, 
Profrasional sailors know that one 
of the hazards of inland navigation 
is the novice mariner. With boat- 
ing becomini a family affair, the 
curator muit learn his lejjsl and 
moral re^pons^hties. H« mu^t 
k&nr ias abilities and the seawor- 
thiness and .Ifnitations of hj» 
craft. Only maatering these, i^a^ 
with the use of common sense 
afloM. may he enji^ bMtii^ with 
pieaMire and >tf^. 




CHARLES CALDWELL, center, head coach at Kellam High School, goes over s<Hne plays with.Hne 
coach, John Cooke, left, and backfMd coach Jim Serene. This Is Caldwell's first year at Kellam. (Sun 
staff piioto) 



Punt, Pass & Kick Test 
At PAHS October 9 

VIRGINIA BEIACIH — Vir^a their mothers and fathers, wii go 

Beach boys from B through 13 can on a "Tour of Champioris" to 

put their football skills against Washington, D. C. They then will 

ttousands of other boys throu^- travel to the Orange Bowl in 

out the nation in the tiith anni»l Miami, Fkjrida, site of the annual 

'Punt, Pass & Kidc competition NEL Play-Off game, for haE-time 

wh.ch wili culmiflate with a trip to competition to determine the six 

Washington, D. C, and an appear- National PP&K champions, 
ance at the annual National Foot- 



ball League Play-Off game for the 



BiH Nevins, Vice President and 



icp 12 winners. ?*««^1 ^fl^^'' "If T^p^k h' 

Sponsored nationaEy by the Ford ^r P«'"^, «"^ f^\ l^^. ^ 
Dealers of America ar.d the Nat- vo^^es m body co.Ttact there is no 

ional Fooloal League, the Punt, ^^'^i'S^ ^<>f .^'''^™^"!!t "J^ JSn 
Pass & Kick competition - or ^S^fP™^' '« "^f*^^^' ^^^^^^f^^^^^^^ 
f!P&K.- wiH be staged in Vir- ^^ 5f nS!L '^^k ^ h Suh 

ginia Beach by EmRhae Ford, J™^? 0=^f!J ^' ^'^ ''L^\ S 
L.413VirginiaBeachBlvd,with En^ae Ford as registration 

the JIVYCEES as local co-sponsor. "^.^"^,^„.^, ,.,.. „- 

Virginia iBeach boys will be test- '"^l}^' fPJ f J^^h year 715 - 
ed for their ability to punt, pass 91' boys entered the competition 
and place-kick a football for di^ "^'^^^^^ program which has r^ 
tance a.id accuracy. First, second ^'ved -tiie commendation of the 
and third place wiraier^ wiH re- President's Council on Youth Fit- 
ceive distinctive Medal of Achieve- '*^- 

mfnt awaids on plush velvet rb- — — 

bons. Top award has a blue motif, 
sccor.d place award is red, fcliird 
award is white. There will be 18- 
medal awards in all. Scores 
throughout the country then will be 
compared to determine the sbc top 
winners in each of the 360 Ford 
zones — a total of 2,160 zone win- 
ners. 

Zcne winner's will meet in 37 
Ford District competitions at which 
lis district champions wiH win 
trCjhies. The 2i8- runners-up wiil 
receive certificate awards. AH 2^ 
dji^rict champio:is will compete for 
area champicnihips to be heW in 
15 N'Flx:ity areas. 

The 42 wertexn NFL-area cbanq)- 
ior.s will compete in Belimore, 
iMarylacd, on Saturday, H&ceahsc 
10, to determine Uie six western 
division champions (one for each 
age group). The « ea^m NFL- 
area chsnr.pio.is will com'pete in 
Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, De- 
ceiT.ber 11, to decide the six east- 
ern division champions (one from 
each age grcup). 

The pix eastern NFL division 
champions, ar.d the six western di- 
vision champions, accompanied by 



Crime Is Down 
In Va. Beach 

WASHINGTON - Preliminary 
figures of criminal offenses known 
to police through June 1986 have 
been published in a bulletin issued 
by the Federal Bureau of Invest- 
igation. 

In general, the report shows a» 
nationwide increase of crime over 
19S5, by about 8 per cent. In many 
of the reporting areas, Virgfela 
Beach falls into the general pat- 
tern, however in some inrtanoes 
there has been a decreai^ in re- 
ported crimes. 

In the first &ix taaetioi <k' Ml, 
there were three imwdns ta Vli> 
ginia. compared to two in the 
same period of IMS. Last year 
there were three forcible twgfts 
and nine in 1966 in tJ3« rafKulii^ 
period. Robberies dnwn an in- 
crease of four. Agpavated t&- 
saifcs jumped from W to IM. 
Grand Larceny offmn have in- 
creased from 297 to 316. In two 
areas, however, Virginia 6e«ch 
has shown a marked im prov ement. 

Cases of burglary and IffeaHi^ 
and eiteriog have drop5)ed sub- 
stantially from 4^ to 33B ttlii auto 
thefts have idso ifatq>pid Axt^ 
from lOe to %. NiAton^ife i^ffg- 
lary '*iu up five {Kr cent and 
autt) thefts were up sevva pbt oi^ 
Witb all offense^ < ai MJ ig« d . Vfa^ 
gtnia Beach <id mt fx&am tiie nat- 
ural av»r^. Crone ia Virginia 
Beach in mt first lix nao^s d 
this year decre^ed |gr a^oiit ttoet 
pv cent over tlM eoo^wraUe 
p^iod a year ago. 



Capt Opens 
Base Store 

OCElANA-^lt large crowds and 
the attendant jingle of the cash 
registers are an indication of ac- 
ceptance, Oceana's new Navy Ex- 
change has received the stamp 
of approval from its patrons. Cap- 
tain Dexter C- Rumsey, II, com- 
maiuiing officer of Oceana Naval 
Air Station, officiated in the rib- 
bon cutting ceermony that offic- 
ially opened the new exchange fa- 
cility on Seiptember 7. 

(Military personnel and their de- 
pendents can now find more va- 
riety of name-brand items, at 
previously low prices, when they 
shop in the spacious, all-new ex- 
chai^e. 

Whether you need clotfiing, fam- 
ily footwear, sporting goods, small 
appliances or a birthday preicnt 
for your wife— there's sOTtiething 
for everyone in Oceana's new Na- 
vy Exdiange. 

The new building, costing over 
$300,000, was financed entirely 
from Navy Exchange jwofits. Ac- 
cording to Lt. Willis M. Tefft, Na- 
vy Exchange Officer, the old ex- 
change spaces will be renovated 
to house a variety of services in- 
cluding a barbar shop and beauty 
parlor. . 



Kellam Better 
Than Expected 

VlRGHlNiIA BEACH — Despite 
Kellam High School losing its 
opening game, head coach Charley 
CalclweJ has great hopes for the 
team this year. Coach CaMwell is 
in his first year at Kt-Jam, a 
school which has never been a foot- 
baH power. 

Some of the outstanding re- 
turnees this year include haliiback 
Reggie Lewis, guard John Cooney 
and center Steve Thompson. New- 
comers that show promise are end 
iScb Carson ar.d defensive back 
Tommy Lcftus. 

The Knights are really weak in 
only one position — tackle. The 
Iwo starting tackles, Calvin Vencil 
and Enrique Marianne have not 
yet lettered, but are expected to 
shew what they can do this sea- 
son. 

Caldwell may not have a giant- 
killer of a club this year, but next 
year, after having worked with 
the team for a season the other 
dubs in the conference might be 
a little surpriLtd. Ca!:^'Wt'll hss 
seme secret formula for making 
champions. 

The Knights surprised everyone. 
e:v:eciaily Oscar Smith last week 
by holdkg them to a 7-7 tie for 
three quarters. Even the final 
j3ore, 19-7, was somewhat be- 
kw what all sides expected. Al- 
though it was nat a victory on the 
gridiron, it was a morale victory 
of sorts. 

The Knights will meet Norview 
this weekend at Norview's stad- 
ium. 

Other beach schools are active 
too — Baysid? at Grarby; Cox 
meets Deep Creek, here; First 
Ccionial plays its first game of 
he .season against Princess Anne 
at P.AlIK's stadium; and Union 
Kempsvi'lle meets .Northhampton.* 



Playgrounds Open 

VIIiOIMA EE.VCH - Cta Mon- 
day, Septen-.ber U!t.i, the ever ex- 
par, ding A.tersjf.3C'. PlaygrcUijd 
i^iOgiain biijian its six.h year of 
opcraixn. ^u. \\.iliam Garrison, 
r.^uv ir. h.s icu; .ii yt j." as oircctor 
cl the prcgiaiTi, si&..s that this 
year shou.a bj lii2 •■bw.st y-'t," 
ni'a.nly because tl the aajit.on Oi 5 
more ope.at.r^ sitis (lor a tcCal 
0. ii) anJ becaa.e ine .urr.ovcr in 
pajjrou..d perionu hai bsen 
ncg..g.'jle. 

T.ie prcgra.n is cifsrcd after- 
schcol, .\lon..ay thicUfeiii F.nday at 
E-t.T.entary sci:oo! sites frc.Ti 2:30 
p.m. u. Ill 4;j0 p.-Ti. Ii cans.sts o: 
an outdoor program with onSy a 
.J.V exceptit-o wnLre,g>tn-.5 are 
E.ailabis a.",i on inclement 
weiLhsr cccurs th; progiam claiai, 
c j.sn. Traditio.iaZy, tesm and i»- 
:,'ividual £,. arts and games are of- 
.ercd in co.iipatitive situaLi:;rs, 
aci.Taa'ly utilizing those aitivities 
.aight in Ihs phy.ical education 
j'aiJCi during the week. However, 
y >He children ncit interested in the 
icague activity will find ether out- 
lets that are not as organized. The 
program is geared to be adTiinr 
istered to the elementary school 
age child. 

Below aippear the playground 
ates and their directors with the 
exception of W. T. Cooke and Mal- 
ibu school where the playground 
directors have not been as yet 
named: 

Tantwood — Wayne Smith; Thor- 
oughgood— James Royster; Shel- 
ton, Park— (Daniel Hudson; Bay- 
side— Pat Causey; Willims-John 
Miuler; Seatack-Wtfvrly WUliaim; 
Seaboard— James Skinner; Pem- 
broke— ^Doug White; .\lanton— John 
Guard; Plaza— Horst Liebert; Ar- 
rowhead—Ben Tench; Aragona— 
Tom Gray; Kcmpsville Meadows 
-Earl Jordan; Luxford — Gary 
Parsons; Lynnhaven— Frank Wil- 
son. 



Farmers: If you have a history 
of heart disease, get your copy of 
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with Heart Disease." It's avail- 
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Lufmhle Ree. 
Center 

BAYSfDE - The fallowing aii> 
nouncements are made Ux the 
"Out Of tiie R«t Ckib" flwosored 
by the Lansdate Recreatko cant- 
er: 

Registration Coffee for Day Se- 
ries will be hekl ^^ewnesds^, Sep- 
tuTvber 21, at 11:00 a.m. Claases 
begin S2ptcmber 28 aid cootJmw 
for six Wednesdays. TTie regi^a- 
tion fee is $3.00. 

Advanced Oil Painting wUl be 
taugiit by Mrs. W. R. Burt firom 
JO: CO a.m. until noon. 

Knitting will be taught by Mrs. 
Mary Mann from 10:00 %.m. until 
noon. , 

Lunch from 12 to 12:3^ p.m. 

Beginners Oil Paintii^ will be 
taught from 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 
p.m. 

Gift Ideas from U:30 UMTL 
2:30 p.m. 

List af supplies on date of reg- 
i?tration. Ciassas are based on 
first came, first served basis. 
There wil be no registration for 
classes after the first dass. 

Evening Classes oipen to Teens 
and adults will also be held. 

Registration Wednesday, S«|>- 
tember 21 at 7:30 p.m. Fee $3.00. 

(Beginners Oil wiD be taught by 
Mrs. W. R. Burt. 

Charcoal sketching b^ Doris 
Jordan. 

Classes b€®m Wednesday Sep- 
tember 28, frtmi 7:00 until 9:00 
p^n. 



Druggist And 
Wife Fined 

VIRiG.ll>a\ (BE..-JCH - A Virgima 
Beach druggist, W. B. Meredith, 
was fined $350 a Virginia Beach 
Municipal Court on a Charge of 
operating a phaimacy wMle ihe 
pharmacy was not under the siqjcr- 
vision of a pharmacist. He noted 
an appeal. 

Mrs. Virginia Meredith, his wife, 
was fined a total of $60 on titfee 
charges of practicing (^rtnacy 
withcut a license, and a total of $40 
on charges of selling non-narcotic 
drugs supposed to be scdd by pre- 
scription o.nly, without a licenee. 



Park And Man 
Lauded By Udall 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH - In cere- 
nooki conducted Monday, the 
2.770-acre Seashore Stale Park 
was (rfficially designated a reg- 
istered natural landbnark. 

The park did not receive all the 
bon<H^. Ben B. Burroughs, a long- 
time 5u{q>orter of the panic was 
honored by a [daque placed at the 
entraiKe of the natwal area for 
hte "Jeaderdiip . in the crca- 
tkm and preservation ol the Sea- 
slwre Natural Area." 

euTFougls ^rlia* uovelcd a 
plaque presented to the park by 
Secr^ary of the Interior Stewart 
L. Udall sid Natkxtal paric Ser- 
vice Director Gewge B. Hartzog. 

Tbe plaque which pointed out 
that *e pK^ hs "exertional 
value in illuMrating tbe n^ura! 
Usk>ry of the United ^atee" was 
preaeMed by Lswrence C. Had- 
I17. jBpa-iitoidrot of Cokaial Na- 
Uteal ttrt(a-ical Pvk. Ytfktimn 
Be aade the jffeaentatioa (m be- 
half of the tim> ma who cauld not 
|et away from W^hi^hn. The 
^aqne was piaded 00 te wall of 
tbe Mta-d trid museum. located 
on tbe souib suk of Shore Dnve. 



UCF Drive 
Near End In 
Beach Borough 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH— The Small 
Business unit of the UCF Cam- 
paign in Virginia Beach Borough 
is nearing completion, according 
to co-chairman Earl Slattum and 
Rcbert Gay. Ttiey announced early 
in the week that 77', of the goal 
of $6,000 has been obtained or 
pledged. 

The United Communities Fund 
campaign in Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough is carried on separately each 
year. The rest of the city will 
have its campaign next month. 

Slattum and Gay said they hop- 
ed to wind up their campaign by 
this weekend with a victory an- 
nouncement that the gaal had been 
reached. They said about 50 work- 
ers had been busy coUectbg con- 
tribution for several weeks. 



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Ckiests wefe Mrs. Kay Vasser, 
Mrs. Barttara Greer, and Mrs. 
Geot^ Wilke. 

, Blue ribbons were a^»-araea to 
Mrs. J. E. Davis. Mrs. D. V. 
Barrios for artistic; Mrs. Miles 
KlsM}ough and Mrs. L. M. Car- 
roll (or horticulture. 



VSKHNIA MIACH-Civic Ca- 
ter Directw Sam Scott said Wed- 
nesday he is confident thM be 
will "pack the house" both days 
this wediend during the first Ude- 
water C. B. JanAoree. . - 

Citizm band radio hobbyists 
from all along the east coast will 
visit for Uie occasion. Tlie crowd 
is expected to ryn between 7,000- 



Tbe dome was pecked last Sun- 
day ni^ to Mea to "Brother" 
Dave Gardner, one ol the best 
stand-up comedians in Uie busi- 
ness. Iliere was stwtding room 
only at padced house. 

Gardner kept fhsigB live lor two 
hours. A five-p:ece combo badced 
him up during sev^al muscal 
numbers. 
9.000 for the entire weekend. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-Boy Scout 
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junotiffli with the League d Wono- 
en VckxsK and the Coundl of Civic 
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ber 17, uee. 

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registered voter to use his privi- 
lege of voting. 




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MRS. B. B. BATLEMAN, Auxiliary president, accepts check of $400 
from iBill Davis of the Tidewater Western Riders. (Sun photo by 
Padridi) 

Western Riders Aid Hospitqf 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The THde- 
water Western Riders donated $400 
to the Auxiliary to the General 
Hospital of Virginia, — proceeds 
fram the Virginia Beach Horse 
Show held at Alio Farms, in con- 
junction with llie Great Neck Sta- 
bles. These funds will be used at 
the discretion of the Auxiliary, as 
special needs of the Ho^ital arise. 

This gift brings together two of 
the most lively and upcoming 
groups in Virginia Beach. 

The Tidewater Western Riders 
are now going into their fourth 
year. Founded to promote interest 
in Western horses and riding, they 
now have ninety members and, 
since many of these are family 
merrberships, about 140 people 
turn out for the ftiohthly outings, 
which may be cook-outs, trail 
riding, all sorts of the activities 
of ranching in the summer. 

Members learn to ride Western 
style, they have a chance to learn 
bareback riding, roping — even 
buUdogging. Naturally, the young 
S3ns. of members come in droves, 

'Arsenic At 
Wedgewood 

With twelve, bodies in the base- 
ment, the iPfeulajna Canal well un- 
derway and the Brooklyn Police 
Force tearing their hair out, 
Wedgewood Dinner Theatre, Will- 
iamisburg, opens the door on the 
Brewster family for the closing 
summer comedy. Joseph Kessel- 
ring's "Arsenic and Old Lace." 

The explanation for all tiie con- 
fusion is really quite simple, Mar- 
tha and Abby Brtwstsr, portrayed 
by regulars Claudine Idding? and 
!:aro!ee Silcox have the remarka- 
b'.e habit of doing goad de?ds. But 
their deeds ruh into uncontrollable 
habits when they t-ke pity on un- 
fortunate old men with no place 
to go, and feed them an all time 
favorite, elderberry wine with 
just a pinch of arsenic. Tiie ladies 
understand full well their charita- 
ble act, but have a hard time 
convincing nephew Mortimer, who 
unwittingly uncovers the secret 
profession by casually opening a 
window box to find a fresji victim. 
Bailey Davis as the confiised nep- 
hew not only has problems with 
(lis darling aunts, but ' with his 
brother!? Tedd;^ and Jonathan. : 

Before the ladies took to poisotn- 
ing, the only sign of in-anity in 
the Brev\!iter family was that 
Teddy considered himself "Presi- 
dent Theodore Roosevelt" com- 
plete with charging bugle calls and 
the ta k of constructing the Pana- 
ma Canal. Of course Jonathan, 
I'le third brother had always been 
a little strange, but by the time 
the family derrangem«it was at 
full peak, he too had gone the 
limit and claimed himself the 
most prolific murder in America. 
Frank Staroba snarls through the 
part of Jonathan, competing with 
his aunts to have more cadaver 
credit than they, ami Paul Iddings 
pops his cork as the riot 'evoking 
Teddy. 

Mortmier's life takes a turn for 
the worse, when he realizes he 
cannot go through with his im- 
pending marriage to Elaine, por- 
trayed by Sandra McClung, be- 
cause he too will obviously join 
in with the madness ol the Brew- 
ster family. But Elaine, nor 
Elaine's father, played by Sydney 
Temiple. can grasp tiie situatim 
in its entireity. 

The whole plot is even more con- 
fusing when a playwriting police- 
man, a doctor who specializes in 
rJastic surgery for criminals, a 
(kdic^ted police captain, and the 
'ast Itffidv akJ gentleman, plaved 
rc=t)ectively bv Robv Brown. Ron I 
Ried. George Carew and DanjJd i 
Ball, is added for a spice of hi- • 
larity, and an entire evenii^ of 
ti»p nicest people doing the ^rang- 
est tftings. 

"Arsenic aod CHd Lace" plajn 
thfXiugh October lah. Dimer be- 
gins ai 7:00 PJif. ad Oe pet- 
fommoe at 8:i0. 



and an astonishing number of girls 
fancy themselves as Westerners, 
tDO. The headquarters for the out- 
ings is the Virginia Beach Recrea- 
tion Center, at the old Nike site. 

The Ridsrs give two shows a 
year — they take over one of the 
two days of the Virginia Beach 
Horse Show, for the benefit of the 
Hospital, and they hold a "Shod- 
eo" in the spring, which includes 
calf roping, bareback riding, Brah- 
ma bull riding, and possibly, this 
spring, bulldogging. President is 
H. Lynwood Morris. 

The Auxiliary to the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach, 
founded in September, 1962, now 
has close to 400 members. Many of 
the^ are volunteers. 

From May 1, 1965- to March 81, 
1966, 250 volunteers, including 35 
teen-agers, contributed 14,915 
hours, working ttffoughout the 
Hospital in many departments. 
The Auxiliary runs the Gift Shop, 
sponsors benefits, has a lively 
fund for Memorials and Special 
Gifts, has planned and developed 
the gardens and groun(k, financed 
the landscaping, with the help of 
garden clubs of the area, even 
does such small and cheerful 
things as placing special favors on 
the patients' trays on holidays. 

It's most recent gift to the Hos- 
pital was a badly needed Electro- 
phoresis machine, which enables 
the laboratory to do very compli- 
cated analysis. 

The president for 196^68 if Mrs. 
Bernard B. Batleman. 



Tower Plan 
Sent Back 



. VffiGiiNiA .BEACH - Council, 
Monday sent back to the Pjann- 
ing Cammission a plan to build a 
twin-tower !iigh-ri-ie apartment 
building at the entrance "of Bird- 
neck Point. 

As at the Planning Commission 
pid)lic hearing, residents of the 
area voiced dispproval of the 
measure thru Edward T. Catsn. 
HI. the attorney for the Birdneck 
Civic League. 

'■ AtMa^ge Coiineilrnap Robert 
Crcm'vell brought !up" the' fact 
that there was scm^ question as 
to fie ownership of one parcel 
of the property. Tlje motiqn to 
send it bick to the CK: for a 
new public hearing was made by 
Lyraihaven Councilman Dewey 
Simmons. 

Virginia Beach Councilman, 
John McCombs said "I want to 
see this ownership problem sett- 
led before the matter comes up 
^ain." 

One of the protestors of the 
plan, Mrs. Laura Lambe who said 
tfie towers would "lock like two 
granaries going up against the 
trees. 



Lions^ Essay 
Judges Picked 



\^T«3Wa\ BBAOH - The Thalia 
Liens Clit has annourced the 
selection of iU tJiree jtK^es for 
thfflr essay contest. Tlie subject 
the youi^erB will be writing 
:b3ut is peace. 

•nie judges are Rqi. "nwrnas N. 
Dcwnii^ of th9 First CongressioiKd 
Distrkn. Dr. Warren F. Siencpr. 
Chairman of the Ifistory Dep^- 
mert at OH DTmmion C:>llrHe, and 
Df Betty H. Yarborough. Dirpctor 
d Languages in the C^eapeake 
'•-'>'ic idjool syston. 

The crmten is men to voun^ers 
w1>o w^ be 14 but ler? thai 22 
vrsrs r*d as of Jan. 15. 1967. » 

S*udpT«ts wiHii.Tg to «rter ttie 
-^re^t sboti'd con^rjrt fdr. Jota 
A. Frhpv. l^SN 'Rpt), Chainran. 
Peace Eisav Omtest. llala Uom 
aub. 3604 Roval I^kn Areh. Vir- 
gjaJB Beach, Virginia. 04-. f^aefi 
tdB|tene manber is 34IMUS. 



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(CopxrlRht, lOaO — Dorln Partrleii 



An intangijle change ccmes over Virgnla Beach in Scrteirbr 
which might be best des^rJbed as bdng "a si^ of rebef" ■ . .Thou^ 
residents wekrcane and wiant the out-oif-town, out-tf-state, sr.d even 
out-of-oountry ^ests duii'ng the sun-jr.er szasan, you must aduit it 
JB tots more peaceful whai the exodus is msia. Trafiic :3ii;3n3, pailcl t 
spaces are more readily available, stares and rtiiaurants are less 
crowded. Isn't it ndce! 

With school starting its fall term, whether its for first graders or 
coEege seniors, the quiet which descends over the house is dclight-u' 
to moat mothers. (We knew theie re allways a few who bemoan ths 
emptine:s when the children leave instead of enjoying the peaceful 
opportunity to reiax ... but they are in' the mincnty. ) 

It fs also a time for some rather abrupt growing up on the part 
of last Jime's high school graduates. It didn't hit them then. But these 
who stiM reside at home probably felt a strange and painful a:id totally 
unexpected nostalgia for their "good old school days" when the busses 
dame and they could not get aboard. No matter whether they had 
been good students or not. whether they had enjoyed school or not, 
whe) the bus came and went without them, they knew they can no 
ItHiger be a part of liiat carefree crowd. That special period in their 
lives is over ... 

For those goimg on to college, it can never l» the same either. A 
whole new world of excitement and bewilderment is qjenin'g to them. 
Though feeling prepared for the change and the cba'lenge, they may 
find the new omcept oif H.e and Kving almo;t frightening when com- 
pared to what used to be . • . 

Hi^ school graduates not going on to higher education must fi:id 
employment. Some summer jobs disappeared at the end of the season; 
on the other hand, mar.y pasitioris which had been fiCled by the college 
students are now open. Many of the graduates were not 18 years old 
and had to loaf the summer away; now they are coming of age and are 
looking for paying jobs. 

For them and all other "unhappily unemfloyed" comes good news 
from tiie Virginia Employment Commispkn on 17th street. After a 
banner summer em-ployment placement score of filling^ over 350 jbs 
during July, R. 0. Rucks, manager of the Jocal VEC, is happy to note 
that Iw lias 77 positions at the moment just waiting for Lhe right person 
to come along and be placed. There are jcbs in the c'erlcal to the 
managerial fields, laborers and skJ.ed trades in construction, doties- 
tic ami sales work, apprentices, tech!:dci3ns, nd professionals— just 
about any type of work now has a i o!)enir.g for someone not now work- 
ing (or who might like to change jobs! ) 

Skills learned in high school, both clerical and sbap training, will 
help the proper per^n start out in the business, professional or i idus- 
trial world. While better and higher education often means the bc'ter 
jobs, those who have learned even a beginning skii! w'1 fi:d doors 
opening now. And the ambiticds can use their baiic skiX toward greater 
potential. 

lAfter the good long "sigh oif rehef" comes the quickening of interest 
in the normal routine of living— kids are in school, housEhoids are back 
on schedule, jobs seem mere interesting. The long summer of play is 
over; Virginia Beach belongs once more to the hame-folki . . . 




VmoiniA Beach Sun 

VlllGI-NIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 

SECTION B 



AROUND THE 
OLD DOMINION 



MRS. M. P. WARNER. Fine Arts chairman; Mrs. H. C. Robertson, 
president; and Mis. J. F. Groome, chairman of Artmobile visit. 

Artmobile Coming 



G(is Station Gets Award 



VWIGINIA BBAGH-A CerUfi- 
cate of Merit was presented by 
the Virginia Beach Beautification 
Commission and the Council of 
Garden Clubs to the new ESSO 
Service Station on Laskin Road 
and Birdneck operated by J. R- 
Strickland. 

. The award, the first this year 
presented by the two groups, was 
presented to Strickland and R. L. 
Bryant. Regional Dfrector of Hum- 
ble Oil Company by Mrs. Arthur 
Wirrfer. a meni)er of the Board 
of Dij'ectors of the Beautification 
Commission and Col. Jos^ W. 
Viner, Executive .Vice-President 
of the Conranission. 

The new service station was 
cited particularly for the planting 



of cannas and other shrubs on the 
perimeter, all tending to beautify 
the property. 

The Certificates of Merit are 
presented annually to Virginia 
Beach businesses which have 
made efforts to beautify their 
property. A survey is underway 
at preso-it, and the 1966 awards 
Wiill be made shortly, according to 
Mrs'. Lawrence F. Tucker, who is 
a memiber of the Board of Direc- 
tors of the Council of Gardens 
Clibs and the Vkginia Beach 
Beautification Cwiimission. 

The award which went to the 
new service station will be taken 
to a national meeting of Huinblc 
Oil Crmpany, according to Bryant. 
It will be preientcd at the meet- 
ing. 



By Rita Vellines, 
fiayside Cdrrespcndertt 

BAYSIDE-uMrs. J. F. Groome, 
im.Tiediate past president of the 
Bayside Junior Woman's Club and 
chairman of the Virginia Museum 
of Art— Artmcb'le visit to Virginia 
Bcac 1, annaances t'aat after much 
letter writing and telephoning to 
Richmond— the Arimcbile will be 
at P..'mbroke Mall Monday, Sep- 
tcn-'bcr 19, through Thursday. 

The Artmobile is loaded with 
Chinest Art from th« Virginia 
Muieum of Art in Richmond and 
tours the state on schedale, bring- 
ing lie treasures of the museum to 
ail t le residents in the state. The 
museum has named this exhibit 
"D.-agans and Dynasties." 

S.mc of these dragons, cast on 
the sides of bronze sacrifical ves- 
sels, date 3,500 years into ancient 
Chinese history. This means they 
served symbolic purposcis at least 
ten centuries before the birth of 
the Chinese philosopher Confusi- 
cus. 

Each of these vessels, like ail 
the nieces of art in the display, 
is dated by ('.\e royal house which 
ruled China when it was made. 
That, explained a member of the 
Mu.'TvUm StaR, is how the exhibi- 
tion received its name, for Chinese 
art is identified and listed by dyn- 
asties. 

Jade ornaments, painted scrolls 
and bronze bell will be among the 
other objects on display. 

The Artmobile will be housed 
inside of the Mall at Pembroke 
^.lofiping Center and the hcurs for 
visiting will be bcwteen 10 a.m. to 
■3:30 p.m. in the daytime and 
frcm 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. each 
evening. The artmobile is free to 
school children and members of 
the Virginia Federation of Womens 
Clubs members. Far all others 
there is .a small 25c fee which is 
used to defray expenses. 

The Bayside Juniors want to 
.stress this fact— the visit of the 
Artmobile is no money making 
project. It is strictly for the bene- 
fit of the community. In addition 
to the Chinese art, the Norfolk 
"Rrnjir" will also be on dsplay. 

Members of the Chesapeake 
Beach Woman's Club will act as 





hostesses at the Artmobile on 
Tuesday; Cavalier Junior Wom- 
an's Club will be hostesses on 
Wednesday; and on Thursday the 
Cape Henry Woman's Club will 
serve as hostesses. 

The Virginia Museum of Art in 
Richmond requested the Virignia 
Federation of Womens Clubs to 
arrange for the visits of the Art- 
mcbile in their communities. The 
Artnr.bile was originally given to 
the Virginia Museum and the 
Virginia Federation of Womens 
Clubs by Miller and Rhodes De- 
partment Store in Richmond. 



Franklin Cou.ity's Sheri'f is 
.ciking on leads, but notj.iing has 
dsveic^ed in the case of a young 
couple b:.ing accosted and threat- 
ened on oroperty rented by the 
Ka Kiux klan in Franklin Coun- 
ty.-! iUNKLlN NEWS-POST 
t * * 

Lcngwood College has a record 
enrollment of 1,823 students for 
tile fall term. A six-day orienta- 
tion period is underway.— FARM- 

VXLE HERXLD 

♦ * * 

A repcrt on the efforts of resalts 
of the Franklin City School Sys- 
(:.7i's attcimpt to br.;n.;i itse'f into 
compliance with the U. S. Health, 
Education and Welfare Depart- 
ment's school desegration guide- 
lines has been prepared and sient 
to HEW. - THE TIDEWATER 

NEWS 

* * * 

New aluminum street signs, the 
first of 4^), are being installed in 



Beach Officer Appointed 



NORFOLK- The appointment of 
LCliR Ronald M. Buffington, 32, 
of Eminence, Mo., to head the Of- 
ficer Training Section of the En- 
vironmental Science Services Ad- 
ministration (ESSA). was announ- 



) 



1966 Traffic 
Falls Short 



CAPE CHARLES - The Chesa- 
peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel register- 
ed its fourth million dollar nnonth 
in August, facihty officials report- 
ed today. 

J. Clyde Morris, Executive Di- 
rector, said the span collected 
$1,002,563 from 155,633 vehicles, 
but fell short of matching August 
1985 traffic and revenue by 1.5', . 

"It was an up and down month" 
c:)maared with last August," Mor- 
ris said. "Our receipts were down 
every day but three during the 
first half of the month, and up 
every day but three during the 
second half." 

The up trend continued into 
September. MorrLs said, with rev- 
enue for the first six days up 12' ,' 
over the same period last year. 

The August traffic was compos- 
ed of l.'J2,C18 passenger vehicles. 
21,145 trucks, and 2,470 buses. In, 
.\ugust of lait year, the Bridge- 
Tunnel carried 134,426 passenger 
vt licies. 21.142 trucks, and 2,358 
bases— a total of 157,<;2S vehicles 
producing revenue of $1,C:8,C91. 



CxmrKAIC OF BIEUT PRESENTED to J. R. StrkklMd awl R. L. Ktjtai Otii) hf Mn. Aillw 
Md CM. jMipk W. Vitttf. . 



Coffman Assumes 
MARTD Command 

NCRFCIK-Lt. Col. John W. 
C f.'m.an has assumed command 
of t le Marine Air Reserve Train- 
ing Detachmert at the Norfolk 
Naval Mr Station. 

Col. Ccifman relieved Lt. Col. 
Earl "B " Sumer'in, Jr., who has 
been transferred to the Fleet Ma- 
rine Force, Western Pacific. 

Col. Cof.'man's well-rounded ca- 
reer gives him a w£:ith of ex- 
perience to call on in fulfil'ing his 
raissi'in; that cf sriport. tra'ning 
and ce^bat reodiners of Ma.-ine 
Attack Squadron-233. a jet attack 
squadron composed cf Tidewater 
Rcservifts and Marine Air Re- 
serve Giaup-20, a reserve organi- 
zation compesed of officers in the 
rark of ^ajor and above. 

A native of Columbia. Mo.. Col. 
Coffman first joined the Marine 
CoT^s in 1943. Dei^ignated a Naval 
Avia.or in 1946, he served as a 
fighter pilot daring the Korean 
C-a'Iict. Among his highest a-^ards 
are, the DitinguiMed Flying 
Cros, six Air Medals, two Presi- 
dental Unit Citations, and the 
.^rmy Distingi'died Unit Citation. 

C*. Coffman attend«i the Un- 
iver^y of Misswri and received 
his hk in Genera] Educttioii from 
the University of Omaha. 

The Colonel pnaenty resides A 
ans Wincfaesto- Laae. Virginia 
Beach, with his wife. Virginia, and 
their 00*66 duklren. 



ced today by the U.S. Department 
of Commerce bureau. 

As Officer-ui-Chatge, Buffing- 
ton will conduct and supervise the 
Ihfee-month training classes for 
officer candidates selected each 
year. Upon satisfactory comple- 
tion of the course the candidates 
appointed in the ESSA com^iss- 
ioned corps, D.''"mally as ensigns. 
The classes are conducted in Nor- 
folk, Va., at the Atlantic Marine 
Center of the Coast aitd Geodetic 
Survey, an ESS.\ agency. 

During their careers, B3SSA of- 
ficers n)ay serve in ESSA's var- 
ious components, including the 
Environmental Data Service, Wea- 
ther Bureau, Institutes for En- 
vironmental Research. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, and National En- 
vironmental Satellite Center. They 
are assigned to offices, laborator- 
ies, observatories, and mobile 
field parties in all parts cf the 
United States and abroad, on ph> 
togrammetric and research air- 
craft, and aboard hydrografLiic 
and oceanographic survey and re- 
search vessels. 

Buffington was formerly Com- 
manding Officer of the Savannah, 
Ga.-based USC & GSS PEIRCE, 
a 182-foot. 7S0-ton coastal survey 
ship with a normal complement 
of six officers and 30 crew. Since 
hfs appointment in the comnus- 
siontd corps in August 19S7. fol- 
lowing receipt of his civil engin- 
eering degree from the University 
of Misiouri. he '-las served aboard 
the Lie k GiS SURVEYOR, as 
Execut.ve Officer of the USC & 
GSS WK TIN'J, and as Command- 
ing Officer cf the USC & GSS 
SCOTT. 

Hi? other assignments included 
service with an airport survey par- 
ty, as iniiructor and C & GS Lia- 
•son Officer at the Naval A.Tiphib- 
ous Fehool, Little Creek, Va.. and 
in ti'e agency's Norfoik office. 

.\ native of St. Louis, Mo., Buf- 
lington attended high suiool in 
Eminence, where his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Marvin F. Buffington, 
re- de. He is married to the for- 
ner Claire Wilson, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wilsan. cf 202 
West Prier St.. Athens. Ga. 

Buffington and his wife live in 
Virginia Reach, Va.. at 521 Buf^ier 
Drive. 



; tl:e tewn of Colonial Beach. The 
signs were made at the State Pen- 
it sn iary. - THE WESTMORE- 
LAND NEWS 

Bids will f)e opened October 4 
for the second major project of 
t.ie, igfF>(38 William and Mary 
Cellege building program, to in- 
clude a new men's dormitory for 
380 students. - THE VIRGINLA 

GAZETTE 

» * * 

A spokesman for Roanoke Elec- 
tric S'.eel said there is no end 
in sight to a crippling strlk€^ by 
local steclworkers there. The 
st: ke, began peaceably on Au- 
gust 12 but has been marred by 
repeated incidents of rock-tiirow- 

ing.-TF.E TIMES REGISTER. 

* ' * * 

A county wide study of Hanov- 
er's future sewage needs has been 
initiated by the Board of Super- 
visors. The study will be conduct- 
ed by a consulting engineering 

firm.-HERALD-PROGRESS. 

* * ♦ 

Two young men trapped in a 
caved-in ditch f;r more than 
three and-a-half hours Friday 
were back at work the next day. 
The two escaped mjury but were 
held fast when a shale bank col- 
la;s.-d. - WINCHESTER EVEN- 
ING .STAR 

Hilltop Fair 
To Aid Renoir 
Art Fund 

The greater Tidewater Fair As- 
sociation t(jday announced plans 
to assist in the public subscription 
raising $19,000 to purchase the Re- 
noir Landscaipe. 

This drive is planned to raise the 
funds for purchasing the painting 
for the Norfolk Museum. 

An art show will be one of the 
many features of the Oct. 3-8 fair 
at Hilltop, the first ma^r fair 
scheduled in Tidewater in nearly 
40 years. 

Themas M. Russell announced 
that all artists' entry fees will be 
contributed to the public subscript- 
ion. "We've sent out TOO invita- 
tions to artists and we're hoping 
to have one of the finest art dis- 
plays ever shown locally," Russell 
said. 

There also will be a similar 
flower show. 

Rus-ell said the fair is currently 
lining up a varied program which 
will include the same midway 
used at the Virgiiinia State Fair. 

Two tents will be used for co.-n- 
mercial and indust-rid ?xhibits. 
There will be a complete agricult- 
ural tent with exhibits and live- 
SiC/Ck. 

Se.eral p.u;pet shows will be 
etagtd under lie supervision of 
the Pc.ai)rok3 Manor Civ'ic Associ- 
ation. 

Free attractions will ineltde a 
European-: tyle circus and Uncle 
Heavy's Pork Chop Revue, an act 
;-aturing a singing 350-pound white 
Poland. The |)igs perform on see- 
saws and sliding boards. 

S eve Rose, the fair manager, 
predicts the fair will draw 75,000 
vieweri. "V.'i're prepared for all 
t.v pe„;Je," Rose said. "The fair 
wiil be on a 30 acre site and there 
is adequate parkLng. Every ti.ng 
will be under tents and inc'emcnt 
weather w.K be no problem. ' 



Veterans Rep. 
In Norfolk 

NCRFCLK — A represeirtative 
fr..-n the Veterans .\d-nini3L'-ati jn 
Center, I!e;mpt3n. Virginia, is in 
NorfcUt each Wednesday for the 
p„rpo?e cf assisting veterans in 
applying for benefits under the 
New 01 Bill, VETERANS HE.\D- 
JUST.VTENT BENEFITS ACT OF 
19S"> 

Franci-s M. WhitloHt. Jr.. Con- 
pet Representative, will be avail- 
able in Roo.m 408, Pt^ Wfice 
Builduig Ml Gr3:tby Street, from 
8 30 a^. to 4 p.m. ead) Wecto^- 
day. 

Veto-US who (ksre to attend 
school unde* this pn^am should 
make apfdication immedi^ly. 




Change of Command 

LITTLE CREEK- Captain Ed- 
ward H. Wiaslow will relieve Cap- 
tain J. B. Balch as Conunander I 
Amphibious Squadron Twelve at i 
10 am. today aboard the attack ' 
^ transport ISS Fremont <AP.\-44i : 
I at pier 7 at Naval ^tion Norfolk, : 
I Captain Balch will report to the | 
I Naval Ordinance System Com- • 
I mand in Wastiingtan, DC. for ; 
i duty. ; 

Ca;;tain Winskw reports to Am- \ 
phibious Squadron Twelve f.-^om 
training at the Industrial College 
of the .\rmed Forc^ in Washbg- 
ton. DC. He is a former com- 
maiui officer of the an^^iMiious 
tran^rt i^Hk VSs LaSalle (LfD- 
31, which served as a naval ta^ 
force flags^ i^ing the Donwii- 
can crisis of 1906. 



FIRST BLOOD DONOR ai Friday's visit of the Bloodmobile had the 
right type, Mrs. A. W. BaggcU. a regular doiwr who has given up- 
wards of three gallons over (the past years, has just finidwd filUiig 
the plastic bag with her precious type A-posr'tive. Red Cross Vohm- 
teer. Mrs. Carl R. Washburn, congratulates land thanks Mrs. Bag- 
gett for her much-needed gift. (Sun photo by Padrick) 

27 Gave -Last Friday 



By Doris Padrick 
VIRGINIA REACH - Probably 
only a major disaster will tweek 
tbe conscience of the seemingly 
uninterested public towards the 
needs of other citizens. Neither 
anniversaries nor appeals gain 
much for the American Red Cross 
Bloodmobile. 

Last Friday the Bloodmobile 
was observing its 17th anniversary 
of service to the community by 
setting up in the General Hospital 
nf Virginia Beach to await for don- 
ors. They also received an ap- 
peal for A-ipositive blood for a 
seriously ill youngster undergoing 
surgery. 

Twenty-seven pmts of blood 
Were collected, and of those, three 
were of the original 100 who gave 
17 years ago. They were Richard 
Tayloe Mumford. Saraiii W. Tap- 



tich, and Joe L. Miller. 

Five donors had the nesessary 
A-positive blood, and they were 
Mrs. A. W. Baggett, Bernard Hob- 
son, Miss Peggy Norfleet, Peter 
P. D^ndero, and Mumford. 

Other successful donors were 
Paul B. Maestas. Charles N.' 
Nelms, Bernard M. McNamara. 
Rettv H. Coleman, Clinton 0. Ay- 
ers. Mrs. Ruth S. Hickman, Mrs. 
Eva Leu Banney, Joe Hershberger, 
Mrs. Birdie M. Wylie, Michael 
Lockhart Clark, Mrs. Priscilla A. 
Otto. Richard D. Leach. Richard 
S. Davidson. Mart rail H. Tallen, 
Cornelius D. Scully, Kenned Jard, 
Mrs. Louise Ashworth. Wm. R. 
Payne, Richard R. Smith. David 
F. B.oth. He.-bert F. VkUdl, Jr. 

More nvn gave tiaa women. 
Why? 



Statewide Travel Conference 
To Be At Virginia Beach 

VIRGII^IA BE.^/:H-Leaders t! Virginia's Travel fratem^ will gathw 
.'or the Annual Fall Travel Coitference of the Virginia Travel Council at 
The CavaliEF, on September 15 and 16, according to Jack C. Smith of 
Rcanoke,president cf the statewide traivel organiz^tioa 

At that time the industry will ■ 



review the impact of the State's 
dynamic new program of travel 
advertising, made pos^iible by this 
year's appropriation of a million 
dollar advertising fund. The Vir- 
g'ria Outdoors Plan, also passed 
by t'.e legislature this year, will 
revolutionize recreational faciliti-^s 
within tie state and is generally 
regarded by the travel industry as 
the mest important contribution to 
fut.rc travel development in Vir- 
gin a. 

This year's program will begin 
en September 15 at 9:30 A.M. with 
the meeting of ti'e Ceunc'l's vener- 
je'ole Virginia .Attraction Section, 
headed by chairman Fred W. Raw- 
l'n-.:n of Newport News. A panel 
cf nine speakers will address rep- 
resentatives of Virginia's scenic, 
historic and recreational structure. 
Featured .speaker will be Mrs. 
V/dliem P. Lew. Supervisor of 
H.stess Training, Coljnial Will- 
iamsburg, who will a(kiress the 
group on the lively art of intenpre- 
tation. Panel oarticipants include 
Parke R^use, Jr. of the James- 
town Festiv::! Park. R. Garnett 
Hall cf t.he Richmond Trur;- Rj ■- 
ili-T Lyie of the Gorge C. Mar- 
shall Research Museum; Andrew 
D. Greenwell, Hampton T.ur; 
George Haycox of Haycox Photo- 
rama; Edward J.^ner cf the 
Chcsaeeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel 
District; George F. Wright. Jr. of 
Colonial WiUiam^urg; Fred P. 
Brinkman of the Ocean Highway 
A-sociatien; Lawrence Vinbargh of 
t'-.e Santa Maria ExK-bit; and Al- 
bin Ma i.ies of Virginia Beach. 

A'dea Stevens. Field Director. 
M.Wl Travel Guide. Bloomfield. 
Ne *■ Jersey, wiU aidress the Coun- 
cil's mtmbership at a 1:(X) P.M. 
luncheon. Rcbert F. Nelson. Man- 
ag.ng Directpr. will ddiver the 
Annual Recort to the Meoiber^p 
at that time. 

Holt C. Makmey of New Market 
will head a meeting d the "DIS- 
COVim .AMERICA" Oonmittee. 
devised to plan wa^ and memm 
to c&operate m the Preudent's 



"Visit U. S. A." national program, 
to be held at 5:00 P.M. on Septem- 
ber 15. 

A Golf Tournament and Smg- 
fcst w'll round out the day's activ- 
ities givirg delegates an oppo^un- 
ity to compare notes on this v-tar's 
10 ner cent incr.a.se in travel 
buiintss over the record breaking 
year of 1935. 

Lead-crs in the field of outdoor 
recr ati .; d velopment will gather 
to :;sv tribute to Senator Fita*. 
Gerald Bemiss of Richmond orr 
Frday evening. Seote.mber 16, 
when the Virignia Beach Innkeep- 
ers .Association will present its 
.Annual Travel .Award to Senstor 
Be.mis at 7M P.M. Dii:ner at 
The Cavalier, preceded by a Re= 
ception at 6:0) P.M. T.iis year's 
award v.. J be presented to Senator 
B^.tiiss on behalf of the A-s.ieia- 
ti.n by for.Tier Governor .Albertis 
S. Harrison, Jr. in recognition d 
l.i-: d:d catcd e!»e:ts in making t:re 
Virginia Ctdoors Plan a reali^ 
tiroug.i his work as Chairman (^ 
the Vir£ nia Outdoor Hte'reatiwi i 
Stv^dy Cammissi in. S dney S. KeE 
lam of V.rgi.iia B.eeh is C.iairman 
cf the Dinner. 

P'cvi: us recipients of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Innkeepers Travel 
Award .lave been Rebert F. Nel- 
son. Carlisle H. Humelsine mi 
fermer United States Senator Har- 
r>' F. Bvrd. 



V 



Brooks 'Named 

VIRGLNLA EEACM - Curtis T. 
ftrcoki. as&istant ^ecutive nun- 
ager of the Norfolk Cfiaii4>er of 
Cormerce, has been e^ted as 
one el tl^ Virginia direct<ffs al|jp 
Oeean Hiway A»oeiatioB. 

The annrnmcencat was made 
by Jeremiah Valliant. presectei* of 
ttie n(n-profit amcMMU. vAoee, 
headquarters an at Vtr^iia 
Btack. The group wm er§utstA 
for the devd^BMit |pid p rc mHia 
d the Borft^Qitfi Ocmi nm^. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 1 5, 1966 



UNEitt MB31CAKE Pf^X^AM 



Nttrsir^ Homes Invited To Apply 
Wor Extended Care Certification 




fl^M mirsing homes thrsu^ 

cemtry wiS this week be 

te ai^ for colification 

care facltties ia t})e 

em fti^ptm, Rsb«< M. 

CmBokekuB of Social Se- 

•atViMi can pan qI medi- 
«lftA.9oes Mb eilect iaa- 
I, (w^ pay the cost of cer- 
ikiBal nui^lag care fw pat- 
■di* have tees dUduu'ged 
a borstal but who are not 
y4 wdl ^ou^ to s> ^xoe. ft 
pa^ the fuB naxmk^ coat of 
thft first 20 days' stay, and aU but 
IS % day for the oeSEt SD days. It 
pays only for treatmnt of the 
same c(»dttioa as thrt trcitod in 
• ho^id and does not pi^ for 
cuA&ai can. 

Beae&uades already ia a quidi- 
fiM(«leaded cane facility oa .^an- 
uary 1 will be eii^rie for boi^ts 
be^aaai^ on ttuA cb^ if : 

Tbey had a boqiital stay of 3 
<^afS or ktagor. esfing aA» June 



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Were admitted- to the extended 
care f«ulity within 14 days after 
dtecfaarge from the ho^ital; and 

J^iUed nursing care for the con- 
dition that required ho^italizaticn 
is still medically necessary. 

The invitation to participate in 
the mecBcare pn^am will feo 
tfiis wedc to billed nursi:^ homes 
in ^K^ State from State agencies. 
The State agoicies will assist the 
Department of H^th. Education, 
and WeKare in <tetermining whe- 
ther mirsii^ h«nes which t^ly 
meet the qpiality standards for 
putidpatioo which were sent to 
the tKOMS last March. The State 
agencies mil also assist nursing 
homes which wish to participate 
but do not nofw taeet the stand- 
ards to me^ them. 

At least 3,500 and perhaps as 
maniy as 6,000 nurang homes are 
exp^:ted to qualify for participa- 
tion in the n>e<hcare program by 
the time the extended care pro- 
gram starts. The final figur»wil] 
depend both on the amount of new 



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construction and on the number of 

exisling n:.r5Jig homes that make 
n:c€ssary improvemin'.s in orde: 
to mett the; c:.nj.tioni for partici- 
pation. 

An extended care facOity vnvi 
be a nursing heme, a special wing 
cf a hospital, or the infirmary of 
a home for tiie aged. It can par- 
ticipate as an extended care fa- 
cility (mly if it meets cwiditions 
for participation considered essen- 
tial for quality care. The moat im- 
portant conditions are: 

The home is primarily engaged 
in provichng skilled nursli^ care 
and related services for rehsfcili- 
tation services. 

It has an agreement with at 
least one hospital participating in 
the medicare program for the 
transfer of patients and their med- 
jcal records. 

It has at least one registered 
nurse employed full-time and ade- 
quate nursing services around the 
clock. 

It has a doctor always available 
for eijiergencies, and each patient 
is under a physician's supervision. 

It keeps medical records on all 
patients and has appropriate rules 
for dispensing drugs. 

It has a body of rules drawn up 
with the help of a professional 
medical group including at least 
one physician and one registered 
nurse; and a physician, registered 
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It is licensed or approved by 
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assures that patients are not ad- 
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By Doris Padrick, Women's Editor 
A summer in Arizfflia might be 
good for your sinuses; but it is 
better for your heart if you are 
a compassionate young lai^ and a 
member of the Student Siaimer 
Missionary group assigned to 
areas of need. 

Mary Fran Hughes, daughter 
of the Rev. G. Edward Hughes d 
London Bridge Baptist Church and 
Mrs. Hughes, used her sununer 
vacation voluntarily far the Home 
Mission Board 'of the Baptirt 
Missions, and found her time spent 
was not only interesting and ad- 
venturesome, but also educational 
and heartwarming. 

Engaged m pioneer mission 
work, she lived for 10 weeks in 
remote valleys of Cochise County 
in southern Arizona. With her 
partner, Nancy wbcauky from 
Springfield, Missouri, who was as- 
signed to serve with her, she 
moved from church to c'hurch 
conducting Vacation Bible Schools 
where laey would have otlttrwise 
been none. She also served at a 
Girls Auxiliary Camp. 

The girls either lived with a 
host family or sometimes on their 
own in a tiny apartment, but 
wherever they stayed there was 
always a dog which became their 
friend. And their "people" 
friends became many-from a few 
well-to-do settlements which were 
in the process of setting up their 
church ischools, to non English 
speaking Mexican children who 
would not have any Bible study if 
the girls had not been there. 
Thoujgh Mary Fran could speak 
no Spanish and the children did 
not understand English, the Uni- 
versal message of the love of God 
was clearly understood. 

Neither was any settlement too 
small for the establishment of a 



Vacation BS>te Sdxwi. In the 
Kateas Settlement, Mary Fran 
and Nancy were guilts of the Lee 
Renner family. This mission had 
only three families with a total 
cf thr«e children enrolled in Sun- 
day school. The VBS enrollment 
reached ?8. 

When Mary Fran left Virginia 
Beach last June, she travelled 58 
hours by bus to get to Cochise 
County, Arizona. But when she 
returned home, she came by jet 
and it took just sue hours. Needless 
to say, she enjoyed travel by air 
better than by bus. . .but she 
almost didn't make it. 

As a student under 21 years of 
age, she was ^le to take ad- 
vantage of the reduced student 
rate, on a stand-by basis. Un- 
fortunately, she had lost all ident- 
ification whim would prove she 
was under 21. When it seemed that 
the ticket agent would not issue 
her ticket without proper identifi- 
cation, Mary Fran suddenly re- 
membered having her little Bible 
her parents had given her years 
ago and which die always carried 
with her. When she produced the 
Bible with her birthdate inscribed 
within, the tidcet agent cheerfullv 
accepted ttiis indisputable evidence 
of truth, and she was on her 
way. And ^e got the very last 
seat assigned in the plane— No. 
125! 

The valedictorian of Princess 
Anne High School's class of 1964, 
Mary Fran is now a junior at 
Wake Forest University where she 
will begin her classes on Sept. 
19. However, she has already left 
for the college where she is the 
Freshman Hall counselor and she 
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Great .Neck Rd. near Shore Drive 

The Rev. Tho H. Britton 



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Princesa Anne. Virtlnte 
Emory S^' Ellmore. Minister 

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208 Pteia Trail 
H«rt>ert O. Hubba, Paator 



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400 First Colonial Kopi 
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7720 Princess Anne Rd. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



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£-uPbnt Circle, Bayside, Va. 
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Oeesoa 

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.Meeting In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant, Paator 



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Back Bay. Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair, Piastor - 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWIU. 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

W15 Ooeana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle. Pastor 



riRGINIA BEACH COMMUHITT 
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Laskln Bd., Llnkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Paator 

EPISCOPAL 

KASTERH SHORE CHAPEL 

B.« Sidney Sanden, Ifector 



TABERNACLE METHODIST CHURGI 

Princesa Anne, Virglnte 
Robert H. Gamer, Minister 



THALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave, and Va. Beacb Bird. 
William L. Asber, Paator 



BALKH HBTHODIST CHCBGH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 



PRIhCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
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245 Rosemont ttoad 
Rev. Melvin Hughes, Paator 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
iRev. Leonard B, Oravea, Jr, 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Paclllc 
The Bev. Edmund Berktley, Hector 



VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
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' 807 18th Street 
Bev, Beverly Felty 



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Prir.tess Anne Court House 
Bev. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 



1.0NDON BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Jvondon Bridge. Virginia / 
G. Edward Hughes, Pastor 



OLD DONATIOV EPISCOPAL CHURCH ' 

449 Wllch D-Kk Roa d, Bayside prnTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ^"S, *'• ,"5.'* ^*JJ'*' ^^•• 

Kings Grant Rd. and Edinburg Drive « Elwood Kern, Paator 



Bev. L. J, Taylor, Jr„ Vicar 



THALIA LYNir BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd, adjoining Princesa 

High School 

Rev, Robert N, Wallace 



ST, 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Lynnhaven 
Bev. Melvin H. Boones, pastor 



FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

509 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crigger, Vicar 

FRIENDS 

FRIENDS HF.BTIBO 

, (Quaker) 

Laakln Road 



PREI^nERIAN 



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Near RQbblns Corner 
Rev, J. £, Johnson, Pastor 



UNION KE.VirHVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Rev. S. L. Scott, pastor 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaia Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



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LITTLE PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Creeds — Rev. J. M. Hall, pastor 

BIG PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Rev. Rodjrcr Steel, pastor 



TEMPLE EMANUAL 

86th and Baltic, Va, Beach 
Philip Plncus, Rabbi 



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First St., Olenrock, Nortolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



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1200 Aracooa Boulevard 
M, Bland Dudley, Minister 



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Lynn Shore Driv# at Virginia Beacb 
Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacilic Ave, at 3«th St, 
John S, Lyles, Pastor 



MORNING STAB BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev, G. L. Parker, pastor 



EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHUBCB 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 I<askin Boad 
Bev, OicksoD W, Taylor 



ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHURCH 

Davis Corner 

Rev. J, C. Fauntleroy. pastor 

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 

Birdiieck Road 

BREIHREN 

GRACE BRETHKEN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A, Harold Arrington, Paator 



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BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregational) 
Shore Drive and Oreenwell Road 

Earl L. Farrell, Minister 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CHBISTIAV 

CHURCH 

Disciples of Christ 

6700 W. Haded Boad 

G. David Shreeves, Paator 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTBEBAB 
CHURCH 

Baylake . Pines. Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaugh, Pnator 



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746 Little Neck Road ■"'T 

Raymond 0. Flitton, Pastor _.^\ 

LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

I^ynnhaven Village 
Bev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINCE OF PEACE LUTBBBAN 
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(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Boad 

Bev, J, Elmer Medlv. Paator 

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S. Court House Rd., Cceana 
Paul B. Aldrich. Pastor 

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Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Baj-mond E. Husser, Minister 



T8AUA TRIIIITY PRE8BYTEBIAM 
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420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D, Crane, Minlater 



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John B. Oey Elem. School 
J. Stanton Blaln, Pastor 

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14th St. and Arctic Cinle 
Rev. Franda V. Eambrlck 



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111 Lobough Avende 
Bev. J. Frederick Parker 

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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va, Beach Blvd. Ocean* 
Boy N. Wilson. Minister 



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Princess Anne 
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7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

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Acradale — Xempsville 
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A REVIEW 



'Never Too Late 



MORE THAN 1,000 servicemen from Tidewater installations and bases 
across the state visited the Servicemen's Hospitality House during the 
Labor Day weekend. They were treated to a faamburger feast by three 
area banks. (Sun Photo by Moore) 



A REVIEW 



'Any Wednesday 



I 



Any Wednesday by Muriel Res- 
nick, Barksdale Theatre, Hamp- 
ton, Virginia. Directed by Del 
Driver. Designed by David Kil- 
gore with decor by Lyde Longa- 
iter. Cast includes David Kilgore, 
Trudi Mathes, Larry Armstrong 
and Blanche Rabinowitz. 

Barksdale Theatre delayed its 
opening of Any Wednesday far 
three nights until the fabulous 
production of the Peninsula Civic 
Theatre's West Side Story was 
over. This was a wise move, 
since the little theatre group turn- 
ed out such a magnificent andlin- 
ished production. The theatre- 
ers were treated to the smash hit 
comedy. Any Wednesday, delight- 
fully done by Barksdaia. 

Tlie study revolves around an 
aging business tycoon who main- 
tains an "executive suite" where 
.lis mistress lives. It is an entirely 
satisfactory arrangement until his 
new secretary, not knowing what 
[he "executive suite" (tax-deducti- 
ble, of course) was used for, sent 
a client there and also the ty- 
coon's wife. This new twist greatly 
disturibs the tycoon 'and his mis- 
.tress in their every Wednesday 
tryst. It also greatly disturbs his 
marriage and the future of all four 
characters in the play. 

T>.e situation comedy is hilar- 
iously funny and not at all con- 
trived, as are many plays of this 
ilk. Director Del Driver moves 
his cast well through a fast- 
paced show with a sure hand. 

David Kilgore underplays the 



middle-aged millionaire fairly 
well, coming up with a stuffy, 
Gary Grant style that tends to be 
monotonous. The millionaire never 
gels befuddled, even in the mids' 
cl being caught and exposed, and 
Kilgore carries this off well. 

Trudi Mathes, as the "just 
turned thirty" mistress, does a 
nice techii:;-a! jcb and looks good 
in the role. Her facial expressions 
are excellent and her nice voice 
contributes to her success in the 
role, even if her German accent 
is a bit too noticeable far an 
"apple pie" American girl. Her 
interpretation of the intelligent, 
but scatter'orained and "way out'' 
girl is spmewhat confusing, but 
the inconfeistency does not detract 
terribly fram her performance. 

Real laurels go to Larry Arm- 
strong, as tlie young and head- 
strong client who comes into the 
"executive suite" and into the 
girl's life. Armstrong, a ne^'- 
pomer to the stage, turns in a 
fine performance and is most con- 
vincing in every way. His react- 
ions and facial exioressions add 
greatly tn his performance and to 
the entire producti:n. 

Blanche R-binowitz, as the wife, 
is vitriolic and bitter-sweet, as she 
should be, and it is her comedy 
timing which '.-.olds much of the 
action together. 

On opening night, the cast was 
troLblcd with many technical 
gremlins, but the overall product- 
ion was noteworthy and totally 
acceptable. HJL. 



( 



Cinema At Janaf Opens 



NOBFXMJK— The Cinema at Jan- 
af Shopping Center has opened 
with [he presentation of "Dear 
John", a film with a definite adult 
theme. However. Howard Spiess, 
general manager of Cinema Corp- 
oration, and Aiian Teicher. man- 
ager nf Cinema at Janaf, both 
emphasize that Tidewater's new- 
est theatre is planned to be a 
family theatre witii entertainment 
for all age groups and for all 
intere.-Ls. 



From the vast field of entertain- 
ment, fiims will be shown, with 
a universal appeal covering all 
subjects and all themes. 

Children's matinees on Saturday 
and Sundays will co.^.sist cl car- 
t'jon festivals and the like. 

"Adult cnly" films will be shown 
from time to time, but the ma- 
jority of prC-entations will b^ of 
tie ty^i to be cnjoyta by tlie en- 
tire fa.Tiily. 



Never Too Late by Sumner Arlh- 
ur Long. Cavalier DinnEr Play- 
house, Norfolk. V.'rignia, through 
October 9. Directed by Timoliiy 
L. Jones. 

Costumes by D'ane Liederman. 
S^und and Lights by Margie 
Quinn. 

Cisl inc'udes Paymond Qjinn, 
Jariv.' G;:rri-;.)n. Elizabeth Kaye, 
Matthew Chnit, Jean Cjff^y, Joe 
Brenner and Danny Ounn. 

Never Too Late is a very funny 
ccmsdy about a significant event 
which chsnges th3 lives of every 
cast me-r-ibsri Harry and Edith 
Lam xrt, parents of a grown and 
married "daughter, find tdem- 
sclvcs £bcut to become parents 
again, after twenty-two years. The 
effect of the pregnancy on every- 
one is hilariou-sly funny. 

Director Jones has created a 
smooth production that ranks as 
a "must see" for theatregoers. 

Much of the credit for the ex- 
cellent production goes to/ two 
people, Raymond Quinn and Mat- 
thew Chait. Qumn play.s Harry 
and C-iait plays his son-in-law, 
Charlie. 

I 

Quinn portrays the penny-pinch- 
ing, bluitering lumber yard own- 
er to' perfection. His very funny 
confusion upon finding himself 
about to become a father again is 
ncthir^ short cf great. The event 
disturbs his secure and successTT 
life tremendously and Quinn lets 
us knc-.v it. His facial expressions 
and antics in the drunk scene with 
bis son-in-law, is worth i.ie price 
of ad.nissian. 

Chait portrays the intelligent but 
greatly overshadowed son-in-law. 
Charlie works for Harry, not with 
him, and lives undsr the same 
reef. His life is made miserable 
when his wife must take over the 
hous^.iold chores due to the forth- 
coming event. Chait's double takes 
and elastic facial expressions 
coupled with his excellent sense 
of timing bring about a fir.st rate 
performance, especially in the 
forementioned drunk scene. 

Charlie's wife, v. .lo had never 
"ii'tcd a fi.iger" before her moth- 
er becomes pregnant, is ably play- 
ed by newcomer Elizabeth Kaye. 
The tran; 'ormatinn from the 
fligi-.ty young wife to the kitchen 
drudge to the socure (if demand- 
ing! wife is most pleasant to 
waich. 

Jane Garrison, who plays Edith, 
turn; in a nice performance, but 
.".er use of only one regular voice 
pattern is slightly disturbing, and 
almost becomes annoying. It 



'prc.b;'jly would if she did not in- 
tt.'pret her role as the mot!fer-to- 
bc so nicely. She carries oft well 
the characterization of a wife, 
tired cf being a k tchen slave and 
"bresking out". She reveals nicely 
in her new position of getting at- 
tention. 

Danny Gunn, as the Mayor who 
lives next d-,or, is very funny in 
his cVeo' scene and is an audience 
favorite J'.e Bremer is most con- 
vi;'ic.:ig as the policeman. 

The current bill of fare at Cava- 
lier Dinner Playhouse is a pleas- 
ant little comedy, and one which 
certainly makes the audience "feel 
good inside" w''hen it is over. HJL 

Elks "Funrieties ' 

VIRGINIA BEACH-BPOE, Vir- 
ginia Beach Lodge 2288, will pre- 
sent 'a live musical showcase, by 
the Elk's Oiiorus, of typical eras 
of American music from the nine- 
teenth century to date on Satur- 
day, Septemiber 17, at 8:30 p.m. 
and Sunday, Sept. 18, at 4:30 p.m. 
in the Lodge Ballroom. 

Members of the chorus and oth- 
er participating artists (Elksi 
have been in rehearsal for this 
delightful pfoduction for the past 
two months. 

An abundance of beautiful nVusic 
and slapjack cemedy will Insure 
enjoyable entertainment for all. 

Reservations are limited due to 
the capacity of the ballroom, and 
it is requested that Elks and their 
guests make reservations early. 

Preceding the "Funrieties" on 
Sunday will be the first District 
Deputy Clinic of the current fis- 
cal year. Brother John T. Curran 
will be the principal sneaker. 

The District Deputy Clinic will 
begin at neon with a cocktail 
h.ear follcwed by a luncheon and 
the ivjsiness meeting before the 
musicil programs. 

All Lodges in Virginia Southeast 
will be represented for this meet- 
ing. 



Boatswain's Mate 3/c Paul Y. 
Ezzell, USN, son of Mrs. Allie 
Mae Ezzell of 5008 Gafney Street, 
attended the Petty Officer Lead- 
ership Academy at the Little 

Creek Naval Amphibious School. 

* * « 

John D. Musick. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John D. Musick of 1238 E. 
Bay Shore Drive, has been 'com- 
missioned a second lieutenant in 
the U. S. Air Force upon gradua- 
tion from Officer Training School 
at Lackland AFB, Tex. 



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UK^at Mote l/c CUfton D. 
F«9l9Qa, MB d Mr. and Mrs. 
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Antiv Private Jos:ph H. Baker 
in. WTOse wife Mary, lives at S30 
CRatlon drive, has campMed ad- 
vBm;ed infantry trainijig, in;lud'-.g 
a week of gusrrilla warfare train- 
ing, at Fort Polk. La. His parents 
live at K13 Odessa drive. 



Cadet DDnald G. Patterson, son 
cf Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Patterrci 
of 1533 Weiterf;eld road, lias c;ti- 
plct£d the US. Air Force Reserve 
Officers Training Corps summer 
e-Tcampment at Little Rock, AFB, 
Ark. A member of the AFROTC 
unit at Bayhr University, Waco, 
Tex., he will be eligible for a 



C3tmnis5k)c as an Air Force S3c- 
ond lieutenant upon graduation 
and completion of AFHOTC train- 
ing. 

• * • 

Cadet Klaus P. Bremer, son of 

Mrs. EHriede M. Brtmer Cl Rt. 

1, has complied the U. S. Air 

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Corps r.^nrner encan^^mnt at 
Mountain Hom; AF^ Idafeb. A 
njex'oer :f the APHOTC tmit at 
I5fwa State \Mve»^t he «1I1 be 
eUg.!}le r r a ctrnimiisiA) as an 
Air Force scond liettttenant npm 
graduation and comp^m <rf AF 
FCTC training. 



Marine OfRca- Cacrtdats Dufl- 
can E. Ragrfale Jr.. ")n "f Mr. 
and Mrj. Duncan E. R^dWe irf 
1106 Miles S.andsii R?ad, a stu- 
ivnt at the University of Tennes- 
see, KnoKville, Tenn., has been 
gra(kiated from the (senior class 
of the Quantico Marine Cmips 
Schools summer Platoon Leaders 
Class. 



SeKnan Recruit Claud W. Dick- 
era Jr., VSN, son d Mr. and Mrs. 
Claud W. Didcsns of 5513 West- 
bary road, has been graduated 
from nkie weeks of Navy basic 
training at the Naval Training 
Center, Great Lakes, 111. 

♦ * , «• 

U. S. Air FOTce Staff Sergeant 
Franklin D. Howard, whose wife, 
Jacqueline, is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joe H. Beard of 5513 
Hatteras drive, received tde U. S. 
Joint Service Commendation Med- 
al at Tan San Nhut AB, Vietnam. 

♦ • * 

Marine Pvt. Charles A. Mims, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. 
Rhodes of 853 S. Birdneck road, 
has been gcaduat^ from eight 
weeks of recruit training at tlie 
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Par- 
ris Island, S. C. 

» * ♦ 

Master Sergeant John W. Wick- 
er Jr. husband of the former Jo- 
sephine 0. Morton, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Morton 
of 805 Pinecrest Road, is now on 
<kity with the U.S. combat air 
forces in Southeast Asia. He is a 
jet engine technician. 
» ♦ ♦ 

WO Harrison Richard Ulrich, 
SOTi of Mr. and Mrs. William Ed- 
wih * U?f»3i. *"has' been transfered 
to the 82nd Medical Detachment, 
Vietnam. He is a 1964 graduate of 

Princess Anne High School. 

♦ * * 

Marine Private John R. King, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. King of 
5020 Sullivan Blvd.. was graduated 
frcm eight wedis of recruit train- 
ing at the Marine Corps Recruit 
Depot, Parris Island, S. C. 

♦ ♦ ♦ \ 

Army Pvt. l/c Kenneth L. 
Baum, whose mother, Mrs. Ray- 
mond C. Coughlin, lives at 1436 
Dermoa Ave., has been assigned 
to the 25th Infantry Division in 
Vietnam. 

Navy Lieutenant Commander 
diaries R. Buffkin, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John W. Buffkin of 2229 Lynn 
Road W., is serving with Recon- 
naissance Attack Squadron Nine, 
whose hoBieport will soon shift to 
the U. S. Naval Air Station, San- 
f<M-d, Fla., following an extended 
deplo)TOent as a unit of attack 
carrier Air Wing 14, embarked in 
the USS Ranger. 

♦ • . ♦ 

Ma;-;ne iPrivate Ridiard C. Mil- 
ls-. sMi of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood 
C. Miller of 43(» Black Beard 
Road, was graduated from eight 
weeks of recruit training at the 
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Par- 
ris Island, S. C. 

♦ • • 

Airman John E. Green, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey M. Green 
of 3545 Silina Drive, has been as- 
signed to Sewart AFB, Tenn., af- 
ter completing Air Force basic 
training. 



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VIRGIMA BEACin-The sev«- 
state Cjastal Vacatisilard b:^lW6€n 
Hew York aad rmrida b offering 
more sp?dal see-and-do everts iat 
travelers than ever before durttig 
the 1W3 Itt^n SummernAutumn 
season. 

T:e Pall Ocean Hiway Evaita 
Fjicter lii^ 170 festivals, f|irs, 
fisiing rodeos, goif tournarr.^3, 
holiday tours and other special 
at-rscti:n3 avalLble to ' visitors 
frcTi S3{*snrJi)gr-I)2cemb2r, 1936 
in Coastal New Jo-say, Ddawio-e, 
Maryland, Virginia, North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina and Georgia. 

A free copy cf tlie Fall Events 
folder may be obtained fnan Oc- 
ean Hiway Association; P. 0. Box 
167; Virginia Beadi, Va. 23458. 

A few of the many featured fall 
events include: 

mm JBRSEY-Ocean City Fall 
Fishing rodeo from Sept. 5-tNov. 
24; Burdette Tomlin Memorial 
Golf Tournannent at Wildwood on 
Oct. 2; Little Army-Navy Football 
G£me in Atlantic City's Convention 
Hall on Nov. 26; and Long Beach 
If land Festival of Li^ts on Dec. 
19^1. 

DELAWARE - Better-iBall-flf- 
Partners Golf Handicap at Reho- 
both Beach on Sept. 24-25; Fall 
Tours of Winterthur Gardens near 
Wilmington on Oct. 1-30; Tours of 
Corbit Sharp House Chrysanthe- 
mum Gardens at Odessa during 
Octc'ber; and Delaware Days 
Celebrations throughout the state 
on Dec. 7. 

M.WyLAND-HAnnual National 
Bass Roundup at Pocomoks City 
through Oct. 31; Annual Old Prin- 
cess Anne Days on Oct. 8-9; Balti- 
more Symphony Concert at Salis- 
bury on Oct. 20; and Ocean City 
Winter Codfishing Contest on Nov. 
16-Dec. 31. . 

VIRQINIA-Pilgrimage to His- 
toric Churches, Plantations and 
Homes in Tidewater Virginia on 
Oct. 7-9; Annual Old Timers Day 
Festival at Oncanock on Oct. 20- 
22; 8th Annual Virginia Beach 
Antique Show and Sale on Oct. 
27-30; and the Oyster Bowl Foot- 
ball game at Norfolk on Nov. 12. 

NORTH CAROLINA-North Car- 
olina Open Golf Tournament at 
Southport on Sept. 27-29; Craven 
County Fair and Exposition at 
New Bern on Oct. 10-15; Tour of 
Wilmington Homes on Oct. 20-22; 
and 63rd Anniversary of Powered 
Flig.it at Wright Bros. Memorial, 
Kitty Hawk on Dec. 17. 

SOUTH CAR0LINA-14th Ann- 
ual $10,000 Grand Strand Fishing 
Rodeo through Nov. 24; South 
Carolina Low Country Open Skeet 
Championship at Myrtle Beach on 
Oct. 15-16; Beaufort County Fair 
on Oct. 17-20; and Coastal Carolina 
Fair and Flower Show at Charles- 
ton on Oct. 31-Nov. 5. 

GEORGIA - Agricultural Fair 
and Fall Flower Shew at Bruns- 
wick on Oct. 17-22; Coastal Em- 
pire Fair and Art Show at Sa- 
vannah on I Oct. 31-Nov. 6; Invi- 
tational Veterans Tennis Tourna- 
ment at Sea Island on Nov. 10-13; 
and "Ciiristmas Tress Around the 
World Exhibit" at Savannah 

throughout December. 

— j 

Personals 

Miss Deborah Clark, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clark Jr., 652 
Pinelree drive, is among 310 new 
students who have been accepted 
for admission at Randolph-Macon 
Women's College. Orientation for 
new students begins September 20, 
registration is on September 24, 
and classes start on September 26. 



Howard ThornlJn Garrisca Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. 
Garrison, 14C5 Crystal Parkway, 
is among more than 300 students 
reporting at the start of the 67th 
Academic Year of tde Massanut- 
tcn Military Academy, located in 
the Shenandoah Valley at Wood- 
st:ck, Va. 




SUZANNE ZIMMERMAN and Dariene JMiley "l^^l"^ J^„"!£ 
School head for tte »H««r d™g rtore ta I^jnjroke Ma^' *« 
&st day of Khool "Doesn't Everyone?" (Photo by Cassandra) 



Perry Named 'March'Head 



RIOHMOND-John G. Perry of 
Virginia Beach, has been named 
Virginia Beach Campaign Director 
for the 1937 March of Dimes, it 
was announced recently by Louis 
(B. Arrvow, Virginia Volunteer 
State Chairman for The National 
Foundation—March cif Dimes. 

Perry will lead in the organiza- 
tion and direction of volunteers 
throughout the Virginia Beach 
area in the traditional January 
campaign to raise funds to fight 
birth defects. 

"This is a fight everyone must 
join," Perry said. "Birth defects 
are the natioil's second greatest 
destroyer of life. Every year we 
lose (lall a milKon uitiorn babies 
as well as 60,000 infartls, children 
and adults because of Wrth de- 

NROTC 
Test Date 

RICKMONI>-The test date for 
the 21st annual national ccmipeti- 
tive NROTC examination has been 
set as Decen-iber 10. Parents and 
high school officiab should remind 
eligible ycung high school seniors 
and graduates to submit their ap- 
plications before November 19. 

Tile Regular fiROTC Program 
offers a wonderful opportunity for 
a young man to gain a regular 
commission while studying at one 
of the K NROTC colleges and im- 
iversities. The Navy furnishes tu- 
ition, fees, books, and uniforms, 
plus a £usbsistence allowance of 
$50 per month to NROTC Midship- 
men. Each summer NROTC Mid- 
shipmen go on interesting and 
rewarding training cruises. After 
completing his college course and 
all military requirements, an NR- 
OTC Mi«i|hipman is ccmmissioned 
as a regular officer in the U. S. 
Navy or Marine Corps and goes 
on active duty with tiie operating 
forces. 

The program is available to 
maJe high school seniors and 
graduates who will have reached 
their 17th but not 21st birthday 
by July 1,. 1967. Those who make 
a qualifyirg score on tlie Navy 
College Aptitude Test will be in- 
terviewed and given thorough med- 
ical examinations earjy in 19S7. 
Approximately 1,700 ycung men 
from those remaining in competi- 
tion will thus be selected to attend 
college next September to prepare 
fcr their naval service. 

1967 NROTC Bulletins of Infor- 
mation and application forms are 
available from hwal high school 
counselors and Navy Recruiting 
Stations, or from the Chief of 
Naval Personnel (Pers.iBfi261), 
Depart.Ticnt of the Navy, Washing- 
ton, D. C, 2C370. 



Terry Lynn Nagel of 2204 E'der 
road, studying electrical engineer- 
ing, was among those who were 
named to the Dean's Honor List 
for the spring semester at the Uni- 
versity cf Missouri at Rolla. 



fects." Perry explained that the 
voluntary health organization, 
which directed the successful fight 
against polio, now coiti)ats birth 
defects in part through the work 
of 77 centers across the country. 
"But fully twice that number of 
centers are needed to take care of 
the babies and the children handi- 
ca-ped by birth defects. Your con- 
tributions are urgently needed to 
conduct research flecking causes 
and cures for birth defects," he 
said. 

Perry is Area Sales Manag* fOr 
the Hunter Publisfiing Con^any. 
A native of A^eville, North Car- 
olina, he was graduate from the 
University of North Carolina. 
Perry is a member of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Chapter of The Na- 
tional Foundation — March of 
Dimes and served as Oairipaign 
Director last year. He is Sate Di- 
rector for the Virginia Beach Jun- 
ior Chamber of Conmierce. He is 
married to the former Joan Shear, 
ouse cf Orlando, Fkx-ida, and 
they have one son, age ten 
months. The Perry's reside at 
613 Surfside Avenue. \ 

Perry spoke of the work W 
the March of Dimes Birth Defects 
Treatment Center at the Univers- 
ity of Virginia Hospital in Char- 
jittesville as "a reflectirvi of 
what can be done. But you need 
only to talk to the medical staff 
to recognize that we are actually 
scarcely scratching the surface of | 
the^rghk?;^^ 

"fa our state alone, each year 
there are an estimated 3,800 new 
birth defects babies. Throughout 
the nation, more than 250,000 birth 
defect children are born each 
year." 



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Double Honors For Sergeant 




ROY A. nTZGERALD, JR. 

FOBT STORY-Staff Sergeant 
Roy A. Fitzgerald, Jr. [r(Hn Bat- 
twy D. 41h Battalion, 59t[i Artill- 
ery at Fort Story has earned the 
titles , of "SSth J^rtille^y Brigade 
Soldier of the Year" and "5th Reg- 
ion AR^DOOM Soldier of the 
Year". 

A board composed of command 
sergeants major from the various 
brigade units and a commissioned 
officer sarrlng as board chairman 
m^t at Bi-igade Headquarters. Fort 
Me:de, Md. last July and selected 
9SG Fitzgerald as the 35th Ar- 
tillery Brigade Soldier of the 
Year. He was selected on the 
basis of military bearing, know- 
ledge of military and related sub- 
jects, as well as current events. 

In recognition of his achieve- 
ment, tie earned the honor of 
repre.'wnting the brigade at 5th 
Region ARADCX>M. Maxwell AFB, 
Ala. where the "Region Soldier of 
the Year" is selected. 

SSG Fitzgerald was selected ov- 
er four Army misssilemen from 
Florida, Texas, Virginia and Ala- 
bama. They appeared individually 
before a board of officers at Reg- 
ion headquarters and were eval- 
uated on their overall knowledge 
of military subjects and current 
events, past record and mUitary 
bearing and personal appearance. 
He won out over the other four 
soldiers and was awarded the 



title c' 5th Region Soldier of the 
Year." 

He has been assigned to D. Bat- 
tery ilnce July 1854, and has serv- 
ed as firit corft, operat'ans spec- 
ialist, m s-ile fire control cr2W- 
man. 3FC section diirf, and as 
ai'jislant meis steward. 

While at D Battery, he also 
earned the t ties of Saldter of the 
Qjarter, Ha.iMtoii Rosds Defense, 
35th ^ Army Brigade NCO of the 
Quaiier, and Runner-up in the 1st 
H«.-n .4R.U>30'M Saiiier of the 
Quarter, for the 3rd Quarter FY- 

Prior to being assigned to Bat- 
tery D, he sarved with an infan- 
try advisory team for 11 months 
in Vietnam. During 30 days of that 
period, iie was stationed in a 
heavy combat zone. He was 
awarded the Army Ccmmendation 
Medal during his assigmnent in 
Vietnam. 

He and his wife, Anna, have 
threp children, Michael Thcmras, 
9; Sheree Ann, 7; and Beverlee 
Jean. 4. They live in Virginia 
Beach. 



Featured In 




The 'T' Of It 



Yearbook 



ASHLAND, WIS.-JBeverly Pitts 
41 Virginia Beach is one of 109 
seniors featured in the Northland 
College yearbook, The Wedge. 

Miss Pitts, daughter of Mr. C 

D. PitU of 3105 Basin Road, was 
graduated frran Northland last 
May with a B.A, degree in arti 

Her college activities recorded 
in the yearbook include Gamma 
Nu Omega, Intramural Represen- 
tative; U.C.C.F.; Intersocicty; Ski 
Club, Secretary; Dean's List; P. 

E. Minors Club, Vice President. 
The NorthJand Collegp yearbook 

is published annually in August in 
order to uidude all activities of 
the previous academic year. 

Tie 1955..I9S6 edition, the 59th 
annual, is the largest ever pi^ 
lished. It includes 162 pages and 
has 608 photographs of students 
and activities. 



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PEGGIE MacARTHUR, VBLT wardrdbe m^stren. (Sun ^koto by 
Padrlck) 



Costuming Her Gift 
To Little Theatre 



By Doris Padrick, Women's Editor 
Skill with a needle and a love 
of the theatre make Peggie Mac- 
.\rthur one of the most valuable 
men:.bers of the Virginia Beach 
Little Theatre. For its upcoming 
production of "Brigadoon", Peggie 
has been invaluable. She is the 
only true Scot in the entire com- 
pany for she was born in Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

Not only has she put In hours of 
research to make the costumes 
aut'ientic reproductions of that «a 
but her first hand knowledge of 
Scottish customs, proper enuncia- 
tion of the lilting Scottish brogue, 
and historicaf background hds con- 
tributed much to the technical 
aspects of the well-known musical. 

Her bright auburn hair witfi 
amber eyes to match s^ off her 
creamy complexion and m^e her 
an attractive picture of what ev- 
eryone thinks a Scottish lassie 
should look like. Perhaps that's 
why her American serviceman 
iiui'band coul<ii't resist her when 
they met many years ago in Tur- 
key where she was working as a 
civilian in the American Mission. 
John L. MacArthur made her his 
bride and brought her to America. 
Now retired from t-ie Navy, they 
have lived in the Tide\.'ater area 
for eight years and make a home 
for their son, Gordon, on Rudee 
blvd. 

All three MacArthurs share in- 
terest in theatre work, and have 
had roles in the various presen- 
tations. Gordon, a sixth grader 
at W. T. Cooke school, was in 
"Stop The World" as was his 
mother. Peggie has also appeared 
in "Life With Father", "Sound of 
Music", "The Inspector Calls", 
"Showtoat", "Rudigore". to name 
^a few. In '"Brigadoon" she is a 
menrber ol the chorus and is the 
mother of t!ie bridgegroom, while 
J (in plays the father of the 
bride. 

The secret of Peggie's talanted 
needle came to light when she 
volunteered and made 15 choir 
rcbes for the Jutiior Choir at 
Eastern Shore CCiapel. She loves 
to sew and design. "It is my 
pleasure", she trills with a wide 
smile showing her dimple. Howev- 
er, she refuses to sew for money. 
She studied tailoring and design 
and is a professional and could 
very easily use her talents for 
profit. "That would take the joy 
out of it" according to Peggie. So 
she sews only for the theatre. 

Sewing for I'le theatre is a full 
time j:b which she joyfully tackles 
overy day. Getting the costumes 
ready for "Brigadoon" was a 
monumentous undertaking as the 
cast is large and her sense of 
respons'bilitv toward making them 
as nearly perfect and authentic 
as pos.sible fill her hour.s. She 
takes pride in making everything 



exactly ript from researching the 
proper design and finding the cor- 
ral tartan 'to fitting the costume 
to the cast and sewing a fine 
seam. And die does all the work 
herself except for some help giv- 
en by Penny Martin and Jane 
Fleming. "Their assistance is in- 
valuable for they known exactly 
what I want done and how to do 
it." says Pe^ie. 

Named to the post of WardnAe 
Mistress, Peggie MacArthur could- 
n't be happer with h&c assignment. 
She revealed that the Virginia 
Beach Little Theatre now has a 
nice collection of costianes and as 
^ sews and reltiodels. nwre and 
more are filling the wardrobe 
room. Her talent and skill is her 
personal gift to the dultural life 
at Virginia Beacti and to the 
Little Theatre. 

Her handiwork and herself will 
be seen in "Brigadoon" which 
opens September 30 at the Court- 
yard Playhouse on 17th street, be- 
tween Atlantic and Pacific ave- 
nues. Also to be seen will be the 
leads: Faye McKinnon, Shirley 
Fentress, Cam Justice, Bill Walk- 
er, Bob Koch, Foy 9iaw, and 
Norrie Martin. Other members of 
kie cast are Vicki Bartusiak, Peg- 
gy Williams, Ina Mirman, Chris 
Owens, Beth Owens, Anne Paricin- 
son, Vicky Potter, John MacArth- 
ur. Jerry Keefe, Glen Graham, 
Bruce Montgomery, and Freddy 
Gibson. 

Bill Britton is the director; 
Faye McKinnon, music director; 
Nancy McClees, choreographer; 
»nd Neal Thomas, set designer. 

"Brigadoon" will be presented 
September 30, Octcber 1. 2, 7. 8. 
9. 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23. Ticket 
chairman is Jane Fleming. For 
reservations call 428-8500. 



Two Take Course 

RQLLA, MO.-Allie S. Gallup, 
2849 S. Kings Road, Virginia 
Beach, who represented Bureau 
of Yards & Docks, Atlantic Div., 
and Carl M. Tennpfoss, Jr., 729 
Trio Lane, Virginia Beach, Bureau 
of Yards k Docks. U. S. Naval 
Station were among those who at- 
tended the Cbatings Course for 
painting contractors, maintensmce 
engineers and architects held re- 
cently at tile University of Missou- 
ri at Rolla. 

The course, instructed by Dr. 
Wouter Bosch, deai of the Gradu- 
ate School and Dr. Jacques L. 
Zakin, professor of chanical en- 
gineering, was conducted for the 
benefit of architects, painting con- 
tractors, maintenance engineers 
and anyone intefested and engag- 
ed in the proper and profitable 
application of protective and dec- 
orative coatii^. 





Virginia Beach SUM, Thursday, September 15, 1966 



Page 5-ft 



Bowlir'? will begin S2;'.Eirber 
l£lh thru Ocl:b3r 24A. Twd 
classes every Mondsy for six 
weeks. 10:00 a.m.— 12:(» noonn 
and 12:30—2:30 p.ni. Tiicre will 
b3 professional instruction, free 
baby sitting ssrvice. The coarj. 
is $j.C3 at Rinauldls in Princsss 
.Anne Plaza. 

Cp;ative Diaw'ag will bsgin 
September mh thru November 
7th in the attic of the bsach YWCA 
office. This is an 8 weelr course 
every Monday from 12:C0 n:on to 
2:00 pm. for only $8.00. Claisss 
are limited n nuir.ber so please 
register early. Learn the natural 
way to draw. 

Beginning Tuesday September 
20th thru October 25th at 2:00 p. 
m. Nancy Bateheikler will instruct 
Tennis Lessons on tfie Cavalier 
Courts. No equipment is neces- 
sary. There will al^o be Tennis 
classes on Thursdays for 6 weeks 
at the Cavalier Courts beginning 
Sept. 22 thru Octcber 27th at 2:00. 
Both classes are limited to 8en- 
roUers. Beth courses are $6.00 for 
6 weeks. 

Wednerdays will be Ceramics 
Day in the YWCA attic. 2 classes 
for 8 weeks beginning Sept. Uai 
thru NovembeV 9th. 9:30-11:30 
a.m. and 12:30—2:30 p.m. Each 
course is $800. 

Don't forget to register ear)y 
for all YWCA classes. Msfflf 
classes are limited in number and 
are filled on a first come first 
serve basis. 



David V. Whitaker, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. B. Whitaker, M08 
Lawson Hall road, is among the 
8(6 freshmen who have been ac- 
cepted for admission to Lehigh 
University in Bethlehem, Penn- 
sylvania. Fre^iiman orientation ac- 
tivities began September 11. Clas- 
ses begin Septeniber 15. 

* » * 

Miss Nancy A. Strassberg of 
3C8 52nd street is among 4^ fresh- 
men who have registered for the 
fall term at Skidmore Collie, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Glasses 
will begin September 22. She is 
a daug^iter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
L. Sirass'berg and attended the 
Country Day School for Girls at 
Virginia Beach. 

* * * 

Miss Susan Dixon, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Berkeley Jr.. 
205 50th street, began her first 
week of counseling and examina- 
tions at Centenary College for 
Wmien, Hackettstown, New Jer- 
sey, on September 12, and will 
begin classes September 19. 




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A- New Face and-or A New Business 



By Doris Padrick. Women's Editor 

Most ladies ■ put on make-up 
before going to a party. Now 
t>.ere are special parties held for 
the expressed purpose of having 
cosmetics applied correctly from 
a trained beauty consultant. 

The home party plan wtiich has 
been so successful in bringii^ 
hcuseholtf products to the attention 
t[ the hcrtlemaker is also be- 
lieved lo be the ideal rtlethod of 
introducing .this new line of fine 
cosmetics. And there is beauty in 
the magic mimber— "Fashion Two 
Twenty". . . 

Fashion Two Twenty's home 
office is m Aurora, Ohio, and 
though organized less than five 
years ago. it is now an interna- 
tional fcet-ip with distributors in 
almost every state and Canada. 
The neweit francnised dealei'ship 
to be established is in Virginia 
Beach and owned4)y Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Nissen wno are familiar 
with the area and have ma.ny 
friends throughout Tidewater. 

Charles W. Nissen IH lived in 
Norfolk since 1941 alizr coming 
from Georgetown, S.C, and he 
graduated from Norview High 
school in 1953. Mrs. Nissan is the 
former Shirley Leiand who lived 
in East Fairmoirt Park all her 
life and also went to Norview 
High. They were married March 
16, 1K8 and now have four chil- 



dren—Carol Ann> 7%; Charles 
W.. (IV). GVi; Charlen E.. 
5V^; and Candle D.. 2%. And 
tiey will soon be occupying their 
new heme on Mibhaelwood road 
in Virginia Beach. - 

The Fashion Two Twenty "cos- 
metic college" held its grand open- 
ing last week and is in back of the 
Stroud buiWing across from 
Knight Realty off Virginia Beach' 
boulevard west cl Plaza Shopping 
Center. It is open to train" nSw 
consultants in the use of the 
prestige coanetics which have 
been formulated by chemists, and 
other experts in skin care, to 
give women that important nat- 
ural dewey lock of youth. . .no 
matter what their age. 

The Nissens are enthusiastic 
about their productj and in the 
'fact that thev can help ethers 
"have a business of I'leir :wn". 
Oppcrtrnitics fcr : cce s are 1% 
great as the coniultant wishes lO 
make it. A good consultant soon 
receives a free car from the com- 
pany for hpr business and pe.-sonal 
use. as well as other incentives. 

Perhaps the best way to ac- 
quaint you with the company and 
its products is to have a "tJeauty 
fa£^i:on shew" in your own heme. 
Call Fashion Two Twenty at 486- 
1378; or you may contact one of 
the consultants directly. There 
are three in the Princess .Anne 
P'aza sut^ivision who had been 



working out of the Norfolk office 
but are now ready to serve Vir- 
ginia Beach in association with 
the Nissens. They are Jean Lips- 
ccmb at 340-8670; Joan Pursell, 
340-5780; and Jo Anne Clark, 340- 
3954. 

Beauty fashion shews are held in 
the home with a limited guest list 
of from three to sbc people so 
that each guest may be given the 
personal attention she deserves. 
The hostess is generally selected 
as the demonstratron subject while 
eac.i guest applies the cosmetics 
to herself in order to learn the 
correct method*. The Hostess re- 
ceives exceptional hoste-s gifts'; 
guests also receive gifts as well 
as learning hew to make them- 
selves more attractive. Everyone 
has a good time. 

If yo;i find the products fasci- 
nating ar.d tht :d<:3 rf having your 
own b..sin2^ i.i.r.,uir.^. y:.u cJjId 
be steppif^ off to a new career 
which offers t.ie chance to meet 
new perple. build a substantial 
bank account, and go to parties 
all the t me! 

Though a new sfjproach to skin 
care. Fashion Two Twenty has 
received the Good Housekeeping 
Seal of Approval, and advertisj- 
mcnts for the products and to 
introduce t'.ie idea of becoming 
b:3Uty consultants are in all lead- 
ino fashion magazines. 





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>yhat does it take to become a Senior Vice President 

of a bank like Seaboard? Well first it takes being a nice guy. Like 

"aocky" Tyler. A happy family man with three children. 

Attended Washington and Lee University and went on to the 
University of Richmond Law School. 

An enthusiastic man who came to Seaboard back in 1951 with a good business 
trackground and an unusual talent for banking. 

A man who enjoys hunting and fishing and being active dunng his leisure 
hours. The kind of man who belongs to many different kmds of clubs. Like the 
Propeller Club. Hampton Roads Foreign Commerce Club. Norfolk 
Civil Service Commission and the American Institute of Banking. 

The kind of man who knows how to assume re^jonsibility as Treaswo' 
and Board Member of the Leigh Memorial Hospital and \ht 
Norfdk Forum. Thai's "Stocky" Tyler. You'll ftnd lots of 
his kind at Seaboard. 

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loM iMiK NOnCE. tiiat we 
nil Bprt (he Circuit Oomt of the 
<% 4^ Virghna Beach, oi the Sad 
(ta| if SeiAaDalMr. MB at 19:00 
§|B. to fnwt tta cnuHBt to tiie 
f4i|Hat «f mmn Dioael Shiv- 
«fp l9 IhnnM D. Oc^Imii and 

itftA m affidwrtt having been 
mm aid filed flirt the natural 
USm i» • BoiHrerid^ of the 
SMb of VIrgUa. the last known 
poit office addreas bmg: BaM- 
iBflit, Itej^aad, it i> orda«d that 
he da mem here withk M (ten) 
ia^ mm 4ie publi c ation hereof, 
mi do MiMlever may be neces- 



• Li9AL NOTiaS 



sai^ to protect his interest in this 

aoit. 

A Copy— Teste: 

XSrni V. FfSfrraSS, Oerk 

8y: J. CURTB FHUIT. D.C. 

Brydgcs, Broyles & McKenry 

tm Laddn Road 

^rgiua Beadi, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



LEGAL NOTICi 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

B4 THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
TIE CHlCUrr COURT OF THE 
CrrV OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
IHE »h Day of August, 1966. 
L£A RAE SMIL£Y MILIfIR, 

PUdntiff, 
against 
WILUAM HARRY MILLER, 

DeCendttit 
QSDWS. OR PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said c^efendant to obtain a merger 
Of a^vorce a mensa et Uk»x> into 
a Avorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the plainUff on the grounds 
of crudty and desertion. ■ 

And an affidavit lutmg been 
made and filed that the plainlifi 
is not a resident of the State of 



Virginia, the last known post office 
adA«ss beji^: 5108 Belmont Ave.. 
Dallas 1, Texa^. it is ordered that 
she do atppear tiere within 10 (t^) 
days irftef due piA}lication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
(ffotect her interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

J. CURTIS FRUIT, D^. Qerk 
R. H. Hopkins, Atty., p.q. 
206 Kr^ge Bldg., 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

9 1 4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

LN THE (XERK'S OFFICE OF 
TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA ^lACH. ON 
THE 26th Day of Augusrt, 1966. 
HEIEN LUCILLE HALE SAULS, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM ALLEN SAUL^, De- 

foidant. 

Order of Publication 

Hie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a Avorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defaidant, on 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffled that the defendam 
is not a resid«it of tlte State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



fice address being: New York 
City, New York, H is ordo-ed 
that he do af^tear ha% withm 10 
(tai) days ^ter due publication 
herecrf, aid do what may be nec- 
cessary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JEANETTE S. JONES. D. C. 
Cromwell and Layton, p.q. 
P. 0. Box 5211 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

9 1 4T 

TRUSTEE'S SALE 

PURSU.ANT to the terms of a 
certain deed of trust to P- W. 
Ackiss, Trustee, dated NovenJier 
10, 1965, and recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Vjrginia 
Beach, Virginia, in Deed Book 934, 
page 508, default having Ijeen 
made in the payment of the 
debt thereby secured, and at the 
request of the creditor seau«d, 
the undersigned Trustee will sell 
at piAlic auction for cash, at the 
front door of the Princess Anne 
Plaza Office of the Virginia Na- 
tional Bank, 33K Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Virginia Be^h, Vir- 
ginia, on September 26, 1966, at 



LEGAL NOnCK 



I2:k noon, the foUo«^ property, 
to wit: 

All thfrt cCTtain tract, piece or 
parcel (A land, wkh the buiklings 
and imprt^emoits therecm, sit- 
uate, lyh^ and bekig m Princess 
Anne Borough, in tfie CSty of 
Virginia Beach. Vu-ginia, being 
Icnown, mmibefed and des^nated 
as Lot 42 A, as shown upon that 
certain plat of the resjiwlivisioa 
o! Lots 42 and 43, COLONY 
ACRES; which said plat is re- 
corded in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, in Map 
Book 48, page 1; referaice to said 
plat being hereby made for a 
more particular description and 
location c-f said property. 
TERMS OF S.\LE: C\SH. 
DEPOSIT REQUIRED: $500.00 
P. W. Ackiss, 
TRUSTEi: 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach. Va. 

9 15 IT 

COMMONWEALTH Of .VIRGINIA 

IN THE CUBRK'S OFHCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COtJRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
The 6th Day of Sepetmber, 1966. 



• LWALNOnCB 

BEVEaO^Y SEAa PEXIE (X^ 
BIN. Plaintiff. 



DANffiL OftyttZS CtMUKN. De- 
faidant. 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

rnie object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to dbkm a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said ddemJant, upon the groun^ 
of willful desertion. 



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And an affidavit having beoi 
made and filed that due diligence 
has Ijeen used by or in behalf (d 
the complainant to ascertain ui 
what county <xc corporation the 
defendant «5 residing witlwut ef- 
fect; the last known Post Office 
being, USS Trathen DD 530, c/o 
Fleet Post Ctffice, San Francisco, 
California, it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hweof, 
and do what may be neoessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
Rne, Fine, Legum, Schwan & 

11^ Law Building, Norfolk, Va. 

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Ws a very short rtep from the 
carefree life of a hi^ sdiool stud- 
ent to tremenckHis responsibility 
of parenthood, as many teen-agers 
are discovering today. Today, 
more American girls marry » at 
18 than any other age and at 19 
many have become mothers. 

In addition to the problems that 
all new mothers lace, teen brides 
often have some special problems 
of adjustment of their own. The 
first pregnancy brings a very def- 
inite end to the mobile life that 
youth permits. But many young 
wives and husbands must make 
the adjustment, for one-third of 
tfie first bom children today are 
born to girls under the age of 
20. 

■nie young mother may feel 
more than usually anxious about 
the demands a new b^y will 
make. Before he arrives, sh^ may 
have doubts as to her ability to 
take care of him adequately. She 
may be uncertam how' to feed 
him, and frightened at the pros- 
pect of giving him his first bath. 
She knows that she wiU no long- 
er be free to OMne and go at a 
moment's notice and that the soc- 
ial life she has with her husband 
may be more limited after the ar- 
rival of the baby. 

At some time during pregnancy, 
she will probably resent the bulki- 
ness of her figure and the fatigue 
and seeming clumsiness it brings. 
And although she may have de- 
lightful daydreams about the new 
baby, at the same time she knows 
that he will most certainly strain 
the family budget. ' 

It's important to remember, 
however, that many of these feel- 
ings are normally felt by motiiers 
at sometime or another— no mat- 
ter what Lheir age. With the help 
of the baby's doctor, most tes»i-age 
mothers ta^e very good care of 
their babies' health, although t^ie 
prospert of such a responsibility 
may seem enormous to them at 
first. 

Both the young husband and 
wife may find parental courses 
or conferences helpful in provid- 
ing them with "how to do it" in- 
formation oil baby care and add- 
ed confidence in their own abili- 
ties. Such courses, often held in 
the evening, cover simple subjects 
from bathing, diaipering and feed- 
ing the infant to medical aspects 
of parental care, includuig ways 
to reduce the possibility of pre- 
mature labor. Local hospitals or 
service organizations often spon- 
sor such courses. 

This advice— in addition to that 
wLiich she gets from her own 
physician— should be t^en quite 
seriously by the teen-age wife, 
.because premature infants, or 
those of low berth weights, are 
more, frequently born to teen- 
agers than to older women. These 
early births frequently can be 
prevented with proper care. Al- 
though many of these premature 
babies grow to be healthy with 
special care and incubator treat- 
ment, mortality rates are high 
and congontal defects are more 
conynonly found. 

If a young mother is not yet 
immune to polio aftd influenza, 
her doctor may immunize her ear- 
ly in the cregnancy to protect the 
unb-Tn child. If a mother-to4)e 
does contract either of these di- 
seases, German measles or infect- 



km hqjatitis, she *ould naturally 
tell her doctor immediately. Sl# 
should also be 'cautioned against 
taking any drugs unless prescribed 
by ho- doctor. 

In addition to prenatal course 
and regudar visits to her physic- 
ian, the young mother-toie will 
want to pr^re for her baby's 
arrival Iqr'having all the necessary 
equipmait, such as baby clothing, 
diapers, a bed and a place where 
die can bathe aini change the 
baby. 

Onoe the baby airives. the 
young mothCT should make every 
effort to make things as easy as 
possible for herself. Two of the 
more time consuming tasks she 
•will liave with the new b^ can 
be simplified a great deal. 

The teen-age mother vjho plans 
to feed her baby by bottle no long- 
er needs to mix" tod measure to 
make each daily bath d formula, 
sterilize the bottles or heat each 
one before baby's meal. With the 
new pre-mixed, jfensterilized form- 
uk in glass bottles, all she has to 
do is twist off the cap and add a 
standard nipple and nipple collar. 
The unit needs no refrigeration— 
and, therefore, no warming be- 
fore feeding. It's certainly the 
most convenient method of feeding 
baby, and there's no worry about 
.safety, it's impossible to mix in- 
correct amounts or ingredients. 

The other major job, baby's 
laundry, needn't be a major time 
and energy consumer, either. A 
reliable diaper service will be 
able to take care of the bulk of 
the laundry, and an automtic 
washer and dryer will soon have 
baby's other clothes and bedding 
clean and fresh. Most of the it&ns 
a very young infant wears can 
be smoothed anid folded right out 
of the dryer— without any ironing. 

Some of the other problems a 
teen-age mother is like'ly to have 
may be social or emotional prob- 
lems, rather than physical ones. 
Grandparents, no matter how help- 
ful, may be puzzled at the changes 
in baby care methods smce they 
had their own infants, and may 
appear to be interfering. Such 
instances are best handled by tact 
and understandiilg on the part 
of the young mother, with con- 
tinued reliance on her own doc- 
tor's instructions when in doubt. 

The feeling of being "jailed" by 
the young baby can be a problem 
also— for both parents. No mJjter 
how adopted they are to the child, 
they wouM be wise to iik the 
grandparents or another reliable 
person to babysit occasionlly ,so 
they can go out for an evening to- 
getiier. With proper instructions 
to the sitter, and a phone call or 
two to keep in touch, they can be 
assured that all is going well at 
home. 

The young couple will soon find 
that the new baby is not as great 
a problem as anticipated, and that 
they are capable of growing a 
great deal themselves to meet 
the baby's needs. 

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son of Captain and Mrs. Raymond 
E. Hill of 309 Ditchles Road, has 
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CCKMMONWEALIH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CSliEaK'S OFFICE C? 
THE'CIICUIT C»URT OF THE 
C TY OF VIRGINJA HBACH, ON 
THE atad DAY Of AUGUST, I9S6. 
GUKRiA G. ROWLEY, Plaintiff 
against 
WALTI21 A. ROWLEY. Jr.. De- 

fend«!tr 

omma, of pubucath^ 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et ttioro, 
to bs in due time merged into an 
tbsohite divorce. 

And an affidavit having bsen 
made and filed that the defendant 
Ls not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being Chief's Bar- 
rack's, Charleston Navy Yju-d, 
Charleston, SwJth Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 days after due publica- 
tion berecrf, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this taiit 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 
By: J- CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Sacks, Sacks, & Koidall 
Virgima National Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9 1 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE cmcurr court of the 

CITY OF VIRGINIA EEMM, ON 

WE Uth DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 

1966. 

JAMES FRANCIS WISE, JR. 

Plaintiff, 
against 

LAURA W. WISE, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
The object of ftis suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant on the grounds ci 
wilful and unlawful desertion and 
abandonment for a period of more 
than two year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filol that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
offioe address being: 8 N Tarboro 
Road, Raleigh, North Carolina, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
witllin 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 

, J. Hugo Madison, Atty. 

' 1017 Church Street 
NorfoBk, Virginia 

gisfl- 

COSMONWEALIU OF VIRGINU 

IN Tfffi CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
im CffiCUIT COURT OF TTHE 
CITV OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 8th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1988 
ETHEL MAE WILLIAMS, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

RALPH K. WILLIAMS, Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

The object of this suit for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

An affidavit having been made 
due diligence has been used on or 
in behalf of the complainant to 
find in which ccmnty or corpora- 
tion the defendant is. without ef- 
fect: tte last known post office 
address being. Route 1 Box 1015. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, it Is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in his suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges. Broyles & McKenry 
1369 Laddn Road. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 15 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VniGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 8th IX\Y OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. 
AMTH^NY JOHN 

PIETRUSZKIEWICZ. JR., 
Plaiirtiff, 
against 
EDITH KAM SUN 

PIETRUSZKIEWICZ. 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLltATTON 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintitf to obtain an Annul- 
ment from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Section »>- 
54 of the Code of Virginia as 
amtnded. 

And an affklavit having been 
m^ and filed thai the defend- 
ant is not a resident of ttie State 
of Virginia. Uie last known post 
offite address being: 1818 Anna 
Puni Street. Honolulu. Hawaii, it 
is ortfered that she do appear 
here witJUn 10 (ten) days after 
due pibttcation hweof. and do 
wh^^y be necessary to fHxitect 
her ^rest in this suit. ^^ 

A Copy-Teste: 

JO»J V FEVTREFS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. DC. 
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LEGAL NOTICES 



Vir^nla Beadi. Virgkya 



9 13 47 



r;»lMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLESIK'S OFFICE OF 

Tiffi ciRcurr COURT or we 

CITY OF/ViE«JWL\ BEACH. ON 
THE 24th Day of AUCKOT. 1966. 
MmiAM B. KIRBY, Plaintiff, 
agrunst 

ROBERT 0. HRBY. Sr.. Etefen- 
dant. 

ORDER W |PUBUCA'n(»4 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
h^ been used by or iir behalf of 
the cOTtiplinant to ascertain in 
which ci^ or county the defend- 
aM is, without effect, the last 
known post office address being: 
741 Bottino Lane, Virginia Bearfi, 
Vir^a, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (tai) days 
after due pii)lication hereof, and 
do what nnay be necessary to pro. 
tect his intere^ in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FEOTRESS, Oerk 
By: J CURTIS FRUIT, D. C. 
Brydges, Broyles & MoKenry 
1969 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



NOTICE 

VIRGINIA: 

The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
wUl be held in the Circuit Court 
on Monday, Septeit&er 26. 1966 at 
10 o'ckx* AM. at which time 
persons will be heard for and 
againrt the following proposed 
changes of zoning, use pemiits. 
etc.: 

Application of R 4 P Develop- 
ment Corp. by Cromwell and Lay- 
ton. Attorneys, for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subuitan 
District 3 (R-S 3) to General In- 
dustrial District 2 (M-I 2) on cer- 
tain property fronting 850 feet on 
the North side of Oconee Avenue, 
fronting 460 feet on the Western 
property Hne 770 feet more or 
less along the Nortiiem property 
line and 457 feet abng the Eastern 
property Ime. Lynnhaven Borough. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, City Clerk 
By: MARGARET M. HOOD, DC. 

9 15?r 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFTTKE OF 
THE CIROUIT COURT OF WE 
GBTY OF VmC-INIA BEACH, ON 
the 19th day of August, 1966. 
ROBERT D. RUFFIN, Executor 
of the Estate of THOMAS DAM. 
MES WESLEY, Deceased, 
Complainant, 
vs. 

HELEN SHELDON TAGGART, 
ei sis, Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
The object of the above entitled 
suit is to determine who are the 
heirs at law and distributees of 
Thomas Dammes Wesley, Deceas- 
ed, entitled to the real and per- 
sonal property of wfuch he died 
intestate, and to distribute the net 
intestate assets remaining for dis- 
tribution among them. Thomas 
Dammes Wesley was born in the 
City of New York on March 6, 
1873, and was the son of Augustus 
Dammes and Margaret Sophia 
Rose, his wife. The original name 
of Thomas Dammes Wesley was 
lliomas Wesley Dammes. On Feb- 
ruary 6, 1901, Part 2 of the Su- 
preme Court of the State of New 
York held in and for the County 
of New York, upon the petition of 
Thomas Wesley Dammes, then re. 
siding at 41 East 69th Street, in 
the Borough of Manlwtten. City 
of New York, entered an order 
authorizing him to change his 
name to Thomas Danwnes Wesley, 
by which last mentioned name he 
was known for the r«nainder of 
his life. Thomas Dammes Wesley 
was a Pre^yterian minister who 
died in the City of Virginia Beach, 
formerly the County of Princes 
Anne. State of Virginia. August 1. 
1964. where he had lived for many 
years preceding his deatti. And it 
Bppenmg by affidavit filed ac- 
cording to laiw, that the defend- 
ants Helen Sheldon Taggart. TIjo- 
mas Baldwin Sheldon, Jr., Mrs. 
Anne George. Howard Dammes. 
Edward Danmies. Mrs. B. Brad, 
en, Mrs. Fred Wurple. Mrs. R. 
ca*. Mrs. Walter Graham, Miss 
Mae E^mmes, Wesley Dammes, 
Miss Jill Arlyn Dammes. Miss 
Gertrude A. Dammes, Miss Lulu 
Dammes, Douglas H. Ross. Mrs. 
RobCTt Bartlett, Mrs. Shirley 
Chapman, Mre. Lee S. Brenner, 
Richard Ross. Mrs. Mary Rose 
n. DtMiaki Stirling Ross. Mrs. 
dirf*ont. Ilwmas Edward 
, H, Miss Lilian Averell Ross, 
Min Mar^ret Jane Ross. Mrs. 
Anna Ross Taylor, Mi^ Eliz^}eth 
Ross. Mrs. Josephine Ross Miller, 
Mrs. Dwis Bell Hamilton, Mrs. 
Haze! Bell Brady. Mrs. Mary Bell 
deViUiers, Miss &aanne E^mna 
Bell, RobCTt ArnoW, LiDian Arn- 
M, Minnie Arnold Famsworfh. 
Ikiry Brwn, Jr., Robert Briei, 
Lilian R. Law, Robert Law, are 
not residents of this state, it is 
ther^ore OfiDCRfD that these 
perMU appear witius 10 days af- 



LEGAL NOTICES 



ter due publication ef this ord^. 
in the C:erk's Office of our said 
"■Ircuit Court, and ck) what is nec- 
essary to protect their interests. 
.\nd it aK)earing from said affi- 
davit tliat there may be persons 
interested in the sut^ett to bs di- 
vided or disposed of in this suit, 
heirs at law of TlKRnas Dammes 
Wesley, Deceased, wlx^e names 
are uiAnown, such unknown per- 
sons also shall appear within 10 
days after due publication of this 
order, in the Clerk's Office of our 
said Circuit Court and do what is 
necessary to protect their inter- 
ests. And it is furtfier ORDERED 
that this order be published once 
a week for 4 successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper published in the City of Vir. 
ginia Beach. And it is further OR- 
DERED that a copy of this order 
be posted ai the front door of the 
courthouse, as prescribed by law. 
and that another copy of this or- 
der be mailed to each of the de- 
fendants who are named abpve, 
with Post Office addresses as giv- 
en in the affidavit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
William L. Parker 
Vh-ginia National Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Counsel for Con^lainant 

8 25 4T 



COABMONWEALTU Ot VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 18th Day (rf August. 1966. 
VIRGH^LA L. SMITHLEY, Plain- 
tiff, 
against 

GEORGE ALBERT SMITHLEY, 
Jr., Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICAnON 

The object of Uiis suit is to ob- 
tain a diwrce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; HS 5, Quonset 
Point, c/o Fleet Post Office. New 
York. N. Y., it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— TESTE: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 
Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty., p.q. 
301 — 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia. 

8 25 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN Tlffi'CIROJlT COURT' OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
On The 26th Day of August. 1966. 
In the Matter of VIRGINIA NA- 
TIONlAL B.\NK. Executor of the 
Estate of C. D. BARNARD, De- 
ceased. 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Vir- 
ginia National Bank, Executor of 
the Estate of C. D. Barnard, de- 
ceased, and of the debts and de- 
mands against his estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office of this 
(^rt, and tiiat six nwnths have 
elapsed since the qualification, on 
nwtion of said Virginia National 
Bank, Executor, of the Estate of 

C. D. Barnard, deceased, it is 
ORDERED that the creditors of, 

and all others interested in, the 
Estate of C. D. Barnard, deceas- 
ed, do show cause, if any they 
can. on the 6th day of October. 
1966. before tias Court, in its 
courtroom, against the payment 
and delivery of the Estate of C. 

D. Barnard, deceased, to the dis- 
tributees without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished cmce a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: R. H. WEST, D C. 
Willcox, Savage. Lawrence. Dick- 
son & Spindle, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virgima Beach. Virginia 

9 1 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN Tim CDRCUIT COURT OF 
TOE CIT{ OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
On The 31st Day of August. 1966. 
ELIi^BETH WALLACE. Com- 

plainaiM 
vs. 

iE.ABO.ARD CrriCTlNS NATION- 
AL B.ANK. et al. Respondents. 
ORDER W PUBLICATteN 
The'<rf)ject of this suit is to have 
a certain alleged Last Will and 
Testament and Codicils purported- 
ly executed by .\delaide M. Hayes, 
which were admitted to orobate in 
the Cterks Office <rf Uw Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on thcJIth diy of January 
1966, declared invald. 

And affidavit having been made 
and filed that Thomas J. Garrity. 
541 Harwood .Avenue. Baltimore 
Maryteid. Marion Quatle. »44 
B^ Boulevard. Bav^k. Long 
hiMUd, New York. Father Knoep- 



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fd. S. J. St. Francis Xavier, 16th 
Street (between 5th and eth Ave.) 
New York. New York, Katharine 
Buel, 79th and East River Drive, 
New Yorit, New York, Mother 
Rose Lathrop Home for Cancer 
Patients, Hawdiorne. New York, 
Little Sisters of the Poor, New 
York, New York. Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, New York. New York, 
New York Assn. of the Blind. New 
York. New York. The Monastery, 
Union City, New Jersey, Home 
for the Aged, New Ybrk, New 
Yoik, St. Elizabeth Hospital for 
Tubercular Patients, Bronx, New 
York, New York, Hospital for the 
Ruptured and Crippled, New York, 
New York, and Memorial Ho^- 
tal of New Yorit City, New York, 
New York, are not residents of 
the State of Virginia; 

It is ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendants, namely 
Thomas J. Garrity. Marion Quaile, 
Father Knoepfel^ S. J., Katberine 
Buel. Mother Rose Lathrop Home 
for Cancer Patients. Little Sis- 
ters of the Poor. Catholic Orphan 
Asylum. New York Assn. of the 
Blind, The Monastery. Home foi 
the Aged, St. EUzabeth Ho^ital 
for Tubercular Patients, Ho^ital 
for the Ruptured and Crippled, 
and Memorial Hospiltal of New 
York City do appear within ten 
d^s after due publication of this 
Order and do wtiat is necessary 
to protect their interests. 

It is further ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this Order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper publiahed 
in the City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia. 

ELIZ.^BETH WAUiACE 
By: Thomas C. Broylee, Counsel 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOWI V. FE^F^RESS, Clerk 
By: Juanita S. Grimstead, D.C. 
Thomas C Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Vii-ginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 H«Ip Wanted— Femal* 

Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. AK>ly Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 

Attention school teachers! Ocean 
side. 114 65a street. 3 oearooms. 
$150. All utilities furnished. Apply 
at rear or call collect. Richmond. 
288-3277. 8 25 TFN 

FASHION TWO TWENTY 

Cosmetics, is loddng for wtsnen. 
who can earn $150 a nrwnth part- 
time two hours a day. Also full 
time positions. Call 486-1378 be- 
tween 10 A.M. and 4 P.M. 

9 15 IT 

Ah Help Wanf«i— Maft 



RfHTAl REAL ESTATE 
100 ROOMS FOR RE NT 

Furnished bedroom. Private 1)ath 
and entrance. Baseixwrd heat. 
$12.50 par week year round. Call 
423 mi. 

9 15 IT 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ao- 
o^ted. No experienco necessary. 
$85^125 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room reilt. Safe- 
way Taxi, 3782 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 4644262. 9-23-tfa 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

TyvUU 

Steaognvhen 

We have immediate assignments, 
j many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between yAis when de- 
sired—work on these tonporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-366L 

Manpower, Inc. 
733 Bousfa Street 

SiSr-tfin 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
WE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
The 31st day of August. 1966. 
H.ARRY BAUB. PlainUff, 
against 

SANim QAUS. Defiai^nt. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The. object of this aiit is to ob- 
tain a tfvorce a mensa et tlwro 
to be later merged into a divorc* 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the groun* 
of desertion. 

And an 'affidavit having been 
made and filed that due <fiigence 
has been exercised by the Com- 
plainant heron to ascertain in 
what City, County or Corporation 
the Defendant resides but to no 
avail and that the said drfendant 
is hot a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: c/o Atlantic 
Hotel. 100 block Granby Street. 
Norfolk. Va., it is ordered that 
she do appear here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do whatever may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FEOTRESS. Clerk 
By: Juanita S. Grimstead. D.C. 
Fred W. Richter. p.q. 
353 Law Building, Norfolk, Va. 
9 8 4T 



42 Hfilp Wanted 
Mala or Famale 



COMPUTER 
TO SELL HOUSES 

Need 3 salesmen or saleswomen 
to sell houses electronically. Our 
COMPUTER will select every 
house that meets your clients re- 
quirements in 2 minutes, from ap- 
proxiinately 1500 we have for sale. 
This ultra-modan selling technique 
is the greatest advance in Real 
Estates sales in 50 years. You are 
invited to see the COMPUTER at 
any time. Call J. F. P^ers. 340- 
323S or home. 464-6033. 

GMteM-Segar-Hogu 

pwes CwporatioD 
3Saa \%f iaia Beach Boalevani 
_^_____^ 9 8 TFN 

44 Position Wantod-iMalo 



Single room, private bath. Pri- 
vate entrance, on ground floor. 
Telephone and television. Gentle- 
man preferred. References require- 
ed. 428-5662. 

9 8 2rr 

109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn . 

210 Mth a.reet. Lynnwood Cottage. 
Furnished & unfumidied cottage 
and aparUnents for rent. 1 & 2 
bedrooms. Call Melva Martin. 
428-3704. 

- 9 15 IT' 



TUTOR — Hementary and H^ 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vlr- 
ginia Beadi area. 340^484. 6-9-tfn 



50 Bminow (^portunitiot 



INCOME-SPARE TIME 

No selling. Refill and collect mon- 
ey from New Type coin operated 
dispensers in this area. Must have 
I car. references, |550 to $1,850 
cash. Ten hours weekly can net 
excellent income. More time can 
result in more money. For per- 
sonal interview write CO-REP., 
IXC, 10 CALIFORNIA AVE. 
PITTSBURGH, PA., 15202. In- 
clude phone number. 
. 9 15 IT 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 SpMial Noticot 



REWEAVING 

For a reasonable price — those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can be 
ready for wear — anywhere! Call 
428-1428. 8 11 4T 

CANDIDS BY CAS&^VNDRA. Avail, 
able l^ phoning 4284096. between 
6 and 9 A.M. 6 16 TFN 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Applianco Sorvicos 



NOnCT! 
Contractors & Home BuiWers — 
'jct us help you wiA that new 
liome — additions — or rqialra. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 



1)426-^ 

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VACUUM (XEANERS - Hoow. 
Sales and service. Prompt «{• 
ficimt i^iiairs. Pfck up and de* 
Uvery. Phone OMSS. Fmi 
Feed k BuiUii^ Si^^es, Inr. 



31 BuiNNfttf— Aopdrinf 



PAI?m?*G warted. anall jcbs. 
mterm mr »cterior. CaO SB-TSIB. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sal* 



Port^le dishwasher - Lady Ken- 
more. Used 16 months. Copper- 
tone. Perfect condition. $135.00. 
Call 42&4718. 

. 9 8 IT 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FAa-S - I can seU first 
quaUty r^ular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.90 sq. yd. Twenty-«ight 
cok)rs. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. ,M4-tfn 



H. I. JAFFE AND 
ASSOCMTES 

AFFILIATIOH 

GREAT AMERICAN 
MORTGAGE INC. 

REAL K8TATB LOAXH 

HmiAL MTCATIONg 

raOMB 4SS-7S7t 

ail S4TH at. r. o. box sm 

VIKCiimA BlE,\rH. \.\. 'i34AI 



WORLD WIDE DICTATION 




TelepboDe Dictetkm Service 

M Hma A Da^7 Qayi A Week 

No Equipment Purchases Or 

Inhalation 

"Dictate as mudi or 

as Kttie as you w^" 

,Accu-acy-<^ii^y Worionan^p 

"fbr IiAjfinMion CaM" 

wmu> msm DictAnoN 
sERvice cr nowfouh 

2337 Va mil Bh'iMlO^m 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 42&<666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17Ttfn 

110— Apartments Unfurn. 

Duplex - 2 bedrooms. <iil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Avail- 
able October 1st. 315 22nd Street. 
Call ^8-1940 or 42fr5113. 

9 8 3T 

111 A partmonts Furnished 

3 or 4 room apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
1213. 

8 18 TFN 

SuntWe Motel apartments. 1, 2 or 
3 rooms. All utilities furnished. 
Rental by week or month. Call 
428-6404. 8 4 TFN 



1 bedroom efficiency apartments. 
$65 to $75 monthly. Convenient to 
flopping, laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. Call 428-9435. 

825 TFN 



111 Apartments Furnithed 

1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 blocks from b^ach.^ 
Reasonable rental. Co.nifortabler 

Call 428-4960. 7 28 TFN 

f , 

Cavaliw Drive. 308. 3 and 5 rown 
apartments furnished. Modern, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 428-42K 

or MA 2-4575. 7 21 TFN 

■ 

APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty. 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue. 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

' 3-^tfn 

2 bedrooms. 5601 Atlantic Ave. 
$125 monthly. 318 30th Street $118 
monthly. Heat and water included 
in each. Call 428-7453 or apply at 
116 5Sth Street. 

98TFN 



Garage apartment. 2 bedrooms, 
living room, kitchen and bath. 
Water furnished $75 per month 
yearly. No pets. Call 428*C5. 

9 15 2T 



Hcme-like apartment. 2 bedrowns, 
living roonu-dining room, kitchen, 
screened porch, iVz baths. Off 
street parking. Yearly rental to 
adults. No nets. Holland, 411 22nd 
Street, Call' 428^^1. 

9 15 TFN 



3 rooms and bath, furnished, best 
section . . . RENT FREE for pro- 
tecting property (not business' in 
owners ab^nce from middle of 
September to end of May. Quiet, 
reliable couple, not in service, 
wife unemployed, two adults, no 
children, no pets. Write details 
stating age, employment and ref- 
erences to Box 110, CO Virginia 
Beach Sun. 9 8 3T 

1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Win- 
ter or yearly rates. 1 block from 
Oceaa In the heart of the beach. 
Call 428-6713. 9 1 TFN 

BACIffiLOR AP.AmMENTS 

Large ^udio living-bedroom with 
full kitchen and dining area, 
breakfast bar, tiled bath with tub 
and shower. All linens. cooKuig 
utensils, dishes and utUities fur- 
nished. Weekly maid service and 
TV optional. 90 day minimum. 
SiHnmertime luxury at wintft- time 
rates. Call 428-6643. 

9 1 TFN 



2 bedroom dawnstairs furnished 
apartment. Call 428-7856 after 2 
P.M. 9. 8 TFN 



1 bedroom apartments completely 
furnished. All utilities included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. No lease 
required. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. 
9 8 TFN 



111A— Furnished Homes 



TEACHERS — MILITARY 

Furnished Houses and ApartnKnts 
in North Virginia Beach. Call C. 
Bernard Brown 428-3244 or 128- 
5688.^ 

' 9 < 4T 



11 3A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bed-oom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$l25. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-74B1 anytime. 1^9-tfn 

1 15 Houses — Furnitlied 

3 bedrooms and carport. $&0 
monthly to June. 1967. Call Anc'.iDr 
Realty, 428-7421. 

9 15 3T 



3 bedrooms, dining rown. Near 
schools, bases and shopping. $100 
monthly year round. Lease re- 
quired. Call 42M763. 

9 15 TFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

. - ■ ..I II w . 

116 Business Placet 
For Rent 

3707 Virrnia Beach Boulveard 
Jfiice ai-J retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, twc 
jttry elevated building. Ideally k>- 
ca;«d between Pembrc^ Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. CaO By 
ler Realty, 3400)61 or 3403116. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



ri4 Houses For Sole 

Oceana— 3 bedrooms. 1^ bate. 
den. Equity and aaswne Q. I- 
loan. Call 428-0442. 

^ 9 15 TFN 



By owner. Two. bedrooms, bath, 
kitchen, screened porch. Large lot. 
Desirable location. North End 
Beach. Shown by appointment on- 
ly. Write Virginia Beach Sun, Box 
140, Virginia Beach. 

9 8 2T 



Wolf snare Plantalion. 2|Kiknta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms.^ ^'^^n'^ ^ 
lai'ge den on corner h)(i^ 1)1,900. 
Mr. DeiHart, 340-8591, 340^^; 340- 
4971. 8 25 TFN 

Wolfenare Road, No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 bath with car port. $12^ 
500. DeHart 3404S91, 340«311, 340 
4971. 825'tFN 



3 and 4 bedroom, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 itory hama. G.U 
F.H.A. f&iancmg available. CaD 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12*tfn 



m Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Charity Churth. 2''* 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 340«11, 340497L 
340-8»l. Ml-t£n 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 

I'.iillih (1 \ .11 1 1 ,111 I I \ ,i;ii .il-i r 

s|M 1 i;ih/,ini,' 111 I'.iiviiii-^ iiiil 
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It's easy to place a'idw co^ classified ad in Ifte Virginia Beach 
Sun. Just call 428-2401 and ask for Classified Department or fill 
in and mail the form bekw. It's that simple! 

RA1ES 
Paid in advance— Minimum charge per insertiwi $1.S0 ke fifteen 

words. .05c each additional word. 

If We Have To Bill— Minimum charge per insertion $2.00 for 15 

words, .07c each additional word. 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
M - 19th Street. Etficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-nxMn apartment 
and fumlsbed rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By wer<k or 
month. 

tfn 



PAMT 

SALE 

20% Discount 



Dup<nt - Sapolin 

DeHART 

HARDWARE 

CO. 



Lomko Bridge 



9 1 TRs 



Classified Ad Dept. 
Virginia Beach Sun 
P. 0. Box 657 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

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the heading 



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MAKE YOUR FUTURE IN MISINESS 

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BEGINS: SEPT. 26, 19M 

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ON Tffi FLOOR and head in the freezer, an ke cream 
to be the order of the day foUowing (the fir^ day of 



Tim Receive Bronz^ Stars 



UQLE C8ESIK — Two Bronze 
^ SUn, tm nations oghth highest 
deeeratioa for heroism, win be 
preMSted to two Naval Amphib- 
kKis SdbotA staff members in cere- 
mollies at the school this after- 
vna. 

BoatMttin's Mate Second Class 
nofd F. Johosra, from Rich- 
moDd. Va., wiU receive the Bronze 
Sttf "for meritorious service" 
trtdle serving as an ailisted ad- 
viaor t4 Vietnam%e Coastal 
Getaps so and 31 from June 3. 
nn to April 28, 1966. During that 
time he made numerous counter- 
infittratian patn^ along the coast 
aod rivers of Vietomn with his 
Vietnafflese counterparts. 

Ovpond Mm R. Drea, a U. S. 
MtiiM. with less than two and a 
htM yean d senHce, will receive 
the Braise Star for "heroic 
with operations 



against insurgent communist 
forces w'lile serving with Company 
F, Second Battalion, Ninth Ma- 
rines in the R^ublic of Vietna-ti". 
During a search and destroy 
operation in the vicinity of La Tho 
Bac on March 18, 1936 Corporal 
Drea's unit received inte-osive 
small arms, automatic weapons 
and mortar fire from an estimated 
battalion of Viet Cong. The ma- 
chine gun team leader exposed 
himself to fire in order to select 
targets and to direct the fire of 
his gun. Noting that two*cf the 
platoon's squad leaders had been 
wounded, he ran two hundred 
meters through enerny fire to get 
reinforcements and Report on the 
platoons situation. 

Rear Admiral Frank W. Vannoy, 
Commander Amphibious Training 
Command Atlantic, will present 
the awards. 




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MORE! 



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I 



FAMIiy-PU\N ROUND TRIPS 

Witii tf^ purchase of 1 adult ticket, all 
cAher family members traveling together 
reonve 25% discount. 

MID-WEK ROUND TRIPS 



Save 50/7. of the return fare when you 
go and return between Monday morn- 
ing and Friday morning. 



aracovn Amauc* 



DISCOVER AMERICA TOURS 

Now'— 99 days for $99.00. 

Plan ^xir trip to go anywhere in the 

U. S. or Canada, anytime. 



I»rAILS AND PROVISIONS OF THESE MONEY 
•AVING FARES AT THE TERMINAL BELOW. 

VinGINlA BEACH TERMINAL 






TRAIIWAYS. 

Em^est invel on earth 



Amphibious Exercise Begins 



LITTLE CiaiEK^A two^ihased 
amphibijus exercise invoh'ing 12 
Norfi'ik ^ased ships, two Marine 
batt-ilions from Camp Lejeune, N. 
C., and a submarine from Charles- 
ten. S. C. began Monday. 

The operat'on, MEBIEX 1-66, 

cons.-ts of 3 submarine-OHpoM 
convoy transit along the East 
Caast ard an amphibious landing 
an September 19 at Vieques Island 
Mf Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. 
Rear Admiral William P. Mack. 
Corrni.iiider Amphibious Group 

Sell-Out Season 
ilmost In Sight 

NCRFCLK— Wit»i a sell-out sea- 
son aimost in sigiit far its 401h 
birthday yea.", the Norfolk Little 
Theatre has added a tenth night 
to tie run of the five plays sched- 
uled for 1956-67. 

To handle reservations for the 
new night and for the few re- 
maining places in the regular run, 
the theatre has begun its fall sea- 
son ticket campaign. ■ 

The tenth night for all perform- 
ances wil'l be a Sunday. This 
means that all mainstage product- 
ions will open on Friday night, 
as in the past, and will run ten 
caniccutive performances, closing 
aftrr the second Sunday. 

The opening play of tile season 
will be "Three Penny Opera," one 
of the longest running musicals in 
Off Broadway history. Written by 
Bertolt BreCht with music by 
Kurt Weill, the show is ah-eady 
in rehearsal and will open Oct. 
7 for the ten-night run. 

Other clays planned for the 
season are "Backet," drama by 
Jean .\noui;i, Dec. 2-11; "La Ron- 
de," comedyby Ahthur Schnitzler, 
Jan. 27-Fcb. 5; "Three Sisters," 
drama by Anton Chekhov, March 
31AprJl 9; and "An, Wilderness," 
comedy by Eugene O'Neill, May 
S-14. 

In addition to its regular main- 
stage prcductions, the Norfolk Lit- 
tle Theatre will continue the 
work cf its Experimental Wing, 
wh'ich plans performances for 
November, February and April. 
Otiier activities which will con- 
tinue, all supported by the season 
ticket campaign proceeds, are the 
Chamber Opjra Theatre. Instant 
Theatre, f'laywrighting Contest 
and Dance Workshop. 

The theatre box office will be 
open every afternoon to take sea- 
son ticket reservations. Prices 
are $10.50 for a regular seasSn 
ticket, with special price of $5.50 
for students and enlisted service 
personnel. 



Two and tadc force commander 
for MEBUDC l-«6, left Norfolk 
tcday (Sept. 12) ^x>ard his exo*- 
cise flagship, the amph'bious com- 
mand ship l^ Pccono (AGC 18). 
Oiher Naval commanders Include 
Captain J. H. Rood, Commander 
Amphibious Squadron Ten, and 
Captain R. S. Selzer, Comnuinder 
Amphibious Squadron Four. 

Major General N. J; Anderson, 
Ccmmar.ding General, Second Ma- 
rine Aircraft Wing, will direct tie 
Marine Expedit onary Brigade 
taking part in the exercise. Its 
units include Battalion Landing 
Team 3/2, commanded by L'su- 
♦enanl Colonel R. L. Michael. Oth- 
er Marine units will include Ma- 
rine Helicopter Squadrons 355 and 
234, RegJTiental Landing Team 
Two, and Provisional Marine Air 
Group 40. 

When the one-day amphibious 
assault on Vieques ends. Amphibi- 
ous Squadron 10 with BLT 3/2 
and IIMM 355 will relieve Am- 
phibious Squadron Four with BLT 
3/6 and HMM 284 as the Carib- 
bean Amphibious Task Force. The 
relieved forces will return to Nor- 
folk, Va., and Camp Lejeune and 
Cierry Point, N. C. 

Five ships of Amphibious Squa- 
dron 10, which will remain in the 
Caribbean for about three months, 
also left Sept. 12. Th^ are Cap- 
tain Rood's flagship, the ^phibi- 
ous assault ship USS Box^ (LPH 
4), Lie attack cargo ship USS Ran- 
kin 'AKA 103 )r dock landmg ship 
USS Plymouth Rock (LSD 29), 
tank landing ship USS Suffolk 
aunty (LST 1173), and the high 
speed amphibious transport USS 
Ruchamkin <APD 89). 

Other Atlantic iFleet Amphibious 
Fprce commands sending units on 
the exercise inclu(te Tactical Air 
C:ntrol Squadrons 21 and 22, As- 
sault Craft Unit Two, Amphibious 
Construction Battalion Two. Beach 
Jumper Unit Two, apd Underwater 
Demdition Team 22. 

Two otiier Norfolk-based ships 
also are deploying. They are the 
guide^ missile frigate USS Dahl- 
gren (DLG 12) and the guided 
mis-sile destroyer USS R. E. Byrd 
(DDG 23). 

The sutanarine USS Amberjack 
(SIS522), based at Charleston, S. 
C, also will take part in MEBLEX 
1-G6. 

Amphibious ships already in the 
Caribbean that will join in the ex- 
ercise ijfe the amphibious assaidt 
siiip USS Okinawa (LPH 6)— with 
Commander Amphibious Squadron 
Four embariced, the attadc cargo 
ship USS Muliphen (AKA SI), 
dock landing ship USS Fort Man- 
dan (LSD 21), and the tank land- 
ing ships USS Lorain County (LST 
1177) and USS Wahkiakum County. 



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Opposite City Hall 

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Virginia Beach Beautification 
Comm. Lists Accomplishments 



VIRGINIA BEAOt-The Virgi-n- 
ia Beach Beautification Commiss- 
ion,' incorporated on May 18, 1985. 
iias recently listed its accMnplish- 
ments and thanked it members, 
b'isinessmen and all residents of 
Virginia Beach for co-operation 
and encouragement. 

I 

Progress during the first year 
conjist^ mostly of stimulating 
ca.Tununity participation in beau- 
tification efforts, according to E. 
S. Ruffin, Jr. President of the 
Commission. He said , the Com- 
mission was instrumental in hav- 
ing Mayor Frank A. Dusch pro- 
t;.-im February as Arbor month 
with a tree planting ceremony at 
City Hall. As a result many trees 
were planted in busine^ aiid res- 
idential areas. 

Another community effort was 
the suggestiwi of the Commission 
that dwarf cannas couki be an 
ideal flower for tl-ie sununer sea- 
son. The City planted the cannas 
in the Triangles near the entrances 
of the Cavalier and a number of 
businessmen planted them along 
Shore Drive and Laskin Road. 

The Commission also influenced 
a large number of business estab- 
lishments, including several ser- 
vice stations, to initiate landscap- 
ing projects. Landscape projects 
using dues were carried out also. 
Evergreens were planted on both 
sides of 32nd Street between the 
Post Office and Pacific Avenue to 
demonstrate how a modest outlay 
could beautify without sacrificing 
utility of area. Evergreens and 
stirubs were planted on the median 



str'p on 25th. Sreet. 

The Ccmmission had excellent 
co-operation from City officials, 
according to Ruffin, as well as 
from City Council and individual 
garden and civic organizations. 

A "rime example was pointed 
out in the casa of City Manager W. 
Russell Hatchett. Red and white 
petunias and red geraniums were 
planted f' the junction of Atlantic 
and Pacific -Aveunes, at the south 
end of At!antic .\venue, at City 
Hall and at the Courthouse. 

These three plantings were de- 
signed and carried out under ttie 
directimi of Mr. Hatchett," said 
Ruffin. "He also provided con- 
stant maitrtenance care during the 
difficult periods of heat and 
drought to ke^ the flowers in 
perfect condition." 

Ruffin also made note of two 
other City projects: the initial 
planting ^ong Northampton Boul- 
evard and Shore Drive and land- 
scaped areas around aipproches to 
the Chescape Bay Bridge-Tunnel. 

Ttie Council of Garden Clubs 
has also carried out the flrst 
stages of its lairfscaping plans for 
the General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach and has established the 
"Crepe Myrtle Trail" with the 
initial planting of 300 trees along 
First Colonial Road and Laskin 
Road. The trees cost $3 apiece, 
according to Mrs. Lawrence F. 
Tucker, Board of Directors mem- 
ber of the Council of Garden 
Clubs and the Virginia Beach 
Beautification Ccmmission. 



Mrs. Tucker is also diaimman 
of the Arvtl-Litter committee of 
the Commission. She said that 
garden clubs had takm the lead 
in the campaign agamst Utter wUn 
a pester and e»ay conteiA, aad 



that the conanitee had been in- 
stnimer'.iU in getting the fine set 
at $3 for littering, A few arrests 
wwe made and convections gained 
h:«cyer Mrs. Tuc4»r believes not 
en»i4'i arrests were made. 



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Investigation 
Into Murder 
Is Continuing 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Inteasive 
:nve£ilgatuon was continuing Wed- 
nesday into the murder of Mrs. 
Sylvia 1. Babcock, 59, found dead 
at her Sandlewood Road home 
la-t Friday morning. 

A tsam of Virginia Beach de- 
tectives, headed by Lt. William 
Davis continued around the clock 
investigation since her body was 
Jiscjv..ed Friday .inorn.ng, when 
she fa'kd to :?en her Deck Side 
inack Bar at Long Creek. 

Over the weekend, police inter- 
viewed "well over a hundred 
people" in th general area of Mrs. 
Bibcock's home. 



ALLEGED BANK ROBBER NABBED 



Beach Policeman Shot At lit 
High-Speed Boulevard Cha^ 



THOUSANDS QF PEOPLE were on hand Sunday a.t rnoon when VIrgtela Wesleyan CoUege held Its 
iied';atiai and open house. The new college has a t cshman das:, enrdhnent of 75 students. Tlie pres- 
ent faculty conaists of IS instructors. (Sun photo by Mcore) 



iSANDY BEACH IS STUDENT 



Virginia Wesleyan Opens In 
VkginiCLReach A nd Norfolk 



VIRGINIA EiBAIZIH - NorfoBc 
Councilman Sam T. Barfield stood 
to read a letter frbm. Norfolk 
Mayor Roy Martin ctfn^ning the 
formid opening day ceremonies of 
Virginia Wesleyan Colkge. He read 
Uie first line, which included the 
college's address as Norfolk. Vir- 
ginia. 

Tlicre he sopped and saW. "My 
fri«id, Mayor Dusdi just said 'Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia' in his resoki- 
tion." 



A gcod laugh emitted frcm the 

dstinguished guests assecr.bled in 

the diiving haTl for the ceremony, 

then Bai-iield finished reading the 

resolution. 

Actual'iy, Virginia Beach Mayor 
Frark IJuEdi dd iist the addiess 
of the new college as Virginia 
Beach. And hs is just as right as 
is Mayor Martin. The new school 
slra<Wles the. Norfolk - Virginia 
Beach city limits. Part of the new 
ccn>plex is in Virginda Beach and 




MAYOR FRANK DUSCII of Virginia Beach read the City Council 
rcM^tlM to the girthering for the dedicatioo. Judge Jerry G. 
Bray. Jr., «f Chesapeake lo(^ on. (Sun photo by Moore) 

y 

WORK GOING WELL 

Expressway Construction 
Nears 50 Percent Mark 



VIRGINIA BE1A7H - Des.ite 
rainy weather b the past several 
weeks, the Vli^ia Beadv-Nor.'o'k 
Expressway ("rat Road) is close 
to being SO per MOt comtkKe. 

E. H. Orange, district h?ad of 
ti\ toH faciUttts sakl M«K}ay that 
tl«> .three construction prrjrcts 
a'otg the rwrte are moving ahcid 
ol sdi^^e. 

E. V. Wlliams Conrt. Co.. who 
has t'^ owtract for tke fir^ sec- 
tkm d rosdwij, did $153,000 worth 
of work in A»^UBt as of the 3i?i of 
Av^oA the firm haC cwrpkted « 
per cent of dw wut for K po- 
ont of dM tkoe. 



The second sccticn cf the mad. 
ur.dor contrac' to two firms. Ames 
& Wehb and Hlggersai & Buchan- 
an, is about M per cent comr.'ct- 
cd fcr .>5 per cert nf the time, tbi 
two c .T;anies did $a07,C00 w.irl'i 
cc work during the nwnth cf Au^ 

The Dicksr: n Constru:-lian Co., 
Inc., is rin) 40 per cent comolc'.e 
far 35 per cent cf the time. Dur- 
irg A etLt they did 1294.000 worth 
cf wrrk. 

"Alfcjuph we we a little ahf3d 
of icheAjle," Orir^e saU. "tow 

dOoottaued On Page lA) 



part is in Norfolk. 

About 4,500 persons toured the 
first phase buildings of Virgfaiia 
Wesleyar. Sunday afternoon. Faai!- 
ty men.iber-;, trustees and studeints 
fciiided the tmirs. 

In the opening ceremony. Presi- 
derit Lamibuth M. Clarke said the 
new educational institution will be- 
come "a vital part o( the com- 
munities of Virginia Beach and 
Norfolk." 

The freshman class is composed 
of 72 stirfents. Evertualty the stu- 
dent body is expected to nimber 
1200 in several "academic vil- 
lages" patterned after the Jeffer- 
9onian concept of small groups Uv- 
ir.fi. studyin:^ and working together. 
The concept was used on the on- 
-'■nal ground- of the University of 
Virginia in Charlottesville. 

One of the menders of the first 
vcshman class is named Sandy 
BeMch, But he is fi'om Pemsy.- 
van'-* It was not determined 
whether his dormitory is located 
-r the Nor'olk or Virginia Beach 

-ide of Vft"". ^ „. . • 

"I hope he lives on the Virginia 
Beach ?ide," one observer quifjped. 

C&P Employment 
Hits New High 

VIKGIN'A BEACH-The Chesa- 
peake and Potomac Telephone 
Company of Virginia has a new 
hjoh in employment this year. Cur- 
•cntly. more than 12 200 men and 
women are on the payroll of the 
C&P. With this number of ernptoy- 
ees the telephone company ranks 
a;ncn5 the t^) three industrial 
^v'lycrs in t"e Crt^monwealth. ' 
.^" nee Januarv 1. the C&P has 
,: i d :c Ti? 900 empbyees. This 
s-.ir !a-: sen Ci? add moK peo- 
'c to it; nrganizatbn than any 
:thEr yaar s'nce 1S51 when 1.200 
cmpioyEis were asided in twelve 
mo.nths. 

Acrordir^ to the local manager. 
L. F. Patrick of C&P, wamen ac- 
count f^r aboJt 53 'sc cent nnd 
Ti3n C ocr cojt of total nunJjer 
"' employees. 
Manager Patr'ck also stated that 
ince It'll the C&P has acWed mare 
.ran 2MA perams to its payroH. 
As an aLd to tie Virg.nia ecan- 
omv (T&P payroll ejcpendihi--^ are 
ex ected to reach more than 178 
million in IWSw 

Tiie CfcP operatra in more U»»n 
135 exdianges and arras throu^ 
out the State d Vir^iM. 



Detective Sgt. C. W. Simmons 

;''d that robbery h^d not been 

ruled out as the criminal's motive 

n enter !.'•? t".e inuse in the first 

place. Mrs. Babvock died 

(Continued On Page 8.\) 



VIRGIN A BEAQI - Police 
Pat:o'ma.i Earn;;i>t PI. Miirrc.v, a:.- 
s.gned to Tiaflic out o. Virginia 
Beach's Second Prec.r.ct wai d.iv- 
i:;g wes; on Virginia Batch .Boals- 
vard biliween Chinese Corner c.-.d 
Davir Corner when thi c^ll came 
in from the police di.9patch.?r that 
the Davii; Carr.er Brarch of the 
4>oulh£.n Bank just insida the Nor- 
folk city limits, had just been roi> 
bsd. 

"I speeded up a little and got lo 

the stovlifht at Davis Corner in a 

(nw seconds. There we> a crowd 

gathered there. Rather than go +0 

the bank I stopped o to talk to 

them," said Marrow. 

j.^ 'About that time a v^i pickup 

Qf , truck driven bv a man later iden- 

j tified as Melvin Boush began 

I chasing a blue station wagon to.v- 



ard Norfolk 
Bcukvaid. 



on Virfiinia Beach 



Perse ns in :..s crowd to'd Mar- 
row' ti at ti'-.ey had seen a short, 
stccky Negro running and firing a 
£h„t fit a byita.:d2r who att3m';t-d 
to chae him, then jump into tha 
back sest of the car hoklirg a 
fistoi to the head of the driver. 
It wai. later determined that the 
si!s:tct, Earl William Batten, 24, 
allegedly commandeered the car of 
W I'x.m Per^n Guy. .13. and forced 
him to drive toward Norfolk. 

Marrow b?gan chasing the sta- 
ticn wagon, which he could see 
dndgins i;i and out cf traffic. He 
passed the pickup truck and fell ift 
cibout a car lergth behind the sta- 
tion wagon. 

"I never tooK my eyes off that 




car," he raid. "I was wai 



hing 



that fe''ow in the back seat. I was 
to'd later tint a Norfolk police car 
U.V in brh''ndi me at ^b-iut S-nlth- 
Douglass, bjt I never saw him." 

Marrcw radocd the ii.'ormafon 
in to his headqua.-ters. and it was 
.•elayrd to Norfok P^iics. Ap- 
rarerlly there W".s iome mixup 
becaii' e at the first roscTilock. Nor- 
Jaik Pc'Kce befan footing at the 
ear. Afler it haft run several raad- 

cradled ini!) a tni«. 



Guv was the only person i. Jured, 
b't his car was badlv damaged 
both by the cra^h and by the bar- 
ri>ge of bullet-- that struck the dr. y^.g^^^ gt hjn, 

Patrolman Marrow stayed in the 




on isap where high-speed pdice Aiat began. 



six-m.le 



ile. hiph-sreed chase to the 



erd and rushed up to the susrect^ .-...-„ - -,-^- - ^ - 

hnnd-u'firfi him. while he was held lucky he missed, said Marrow. 



Marrow said Batten shot throu^ The change ai vanie wte k<||^ 

the back wind.hield of the statlOT because publicity in the press fijd 

■ • on radio ar^d televiiion would pre- 

veri a fair trial, according to the 
court-appointed attorney. No rul- 
ings w&re made on the. motkna. 



"I saw him shoot, and th«^ was 
nothing I could do. I was juat 



REP. THOMAS N. DOWNING helped dedicate the first scK-servtee 
Post pfflee hi l^rginla Beach Saturday morning at Pembroke 
MalL (Sua photo by Moore). 

FIRST LETTER TO VIET NAM 

Downing And Brizsi 
Help Dedicate New 
Pembroke Post Office 

VIRdNOA BEACH — A host of ratronal and local officials were 
on h.and Saturday morning at the hatf-hour dedication ceremonies of 
the new se!f-s>ervice. automated poit office on the parking bt of the 
Petrfwoke Mall Shopping Center. A large crowd oA shop.:ers also gat- 
hered for the ^jeectanaking and the musical ertlertaij.ni!nt of the 
Princess Anne High School Band. 

The mastw- of cerenwnies for the Crosswhite added that Downing 
ceremony was Virginia Beach City jjaj jj^gn most infleuntial in hav- 
'Manager W. Rusell Hatxhett, who jpg ^ second one in the natk» 
called Virginia Beach the "1. 2. 3 byjjt jn Virginia Beach. 



at bav by Norfolk Police. 
During "the course of the chase. 

Name Change 

VIRGINIA ^.ACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Department of Parks 
and Recreation would like to in- 
form .all of the citizens of the City 
that "a "name change" affecting 
the Dupartment has occurred. 

The 4400 Nike Site Road adiii- 
res; has been c;ianged lo 4433 
Recreation Drive. 

Within a week or two, the Ath- 
letics, Activities and Physical Ed- 
ucation administrative offices will 
be relocated at 4700 Rec-eation 
Drive. The Maintenance Division 
cf the Department will remain 
at th* 4433 address. 

We hope that thii change will 
not be of any inconvenience to 
the oublic. Witii oar remodeled 
ackninislrative oifices we will be 
better able to serve you. 



"I couldn't shoot back," he ad- 
ded. "Not at the speeds we were 
going." 

'Batten is charged \rith footing 
at Marrow in a^ition to the Fed- 
eral bank rt^bery charge abduc- 
tion charge and other shooting 
charges. 

A young, defeated policeman. 
Marrow said, "\ was just doing 
my j:b, as I saw it." 

Marrcw has been in a number of 
police chases, but. .. . "this is the 
first time I've ever been shot si" 
he said cataiiy. with a litt'e»grin. 

The Virginia Beach roliceman 
said members of NorfoHc police 
thanked him for chasing the sus- 
oect. He said they told him the sus- 
pect mav have turned off the 
'Boulevard had Marrow not beaJ 
chasing him- 

The b^nk robbery came on the 
same fey that attOTnevs for two 
men charged vwth robbing the 
Perrbroke Branch of First National 
Rank in Virginia Beach sought to 
h?ve the men tried elsf where thin 
Norfolk. Two rthers chargt-d in 
the August 10 robbery did n(A seek 
a chaise of venue. 



Harmony is 
Still On Key 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH - The an- 
nouncem«)t of committee chair- 
men and committee members ap- 
pwnted last week by R. R- Mc- 
Chesney and John Fentress, co- 
chairmea of the Virginia Beach 
Democratic Campaign Committee 
for this fall's election showed ap- 
parent attempts at hamuxiy. 

Members of the various com- 
mittee- were trom onceoppo^g 
factions of the Democratic Party 
in Virginia Beach. Nantes appear- 
ed from the supporters of the w- 
succcsslul candidacy of Anni- 
itoad Bjo:he and A. Willis Rot)ert- 



(Cortinued On Page BA)^ 



dtj'." He ei^ained that Virginia 
Beach is first in growth in Virginia, 
second in area in Virginia and thjrd 
in peculation in Vu^ma. He noted 
his pleasure at Virginia Beach be- 
ir.g chosen for the k>c^ion of one 
of the new autom^ed po t offk^es. 
He added, "I have a little crW- 
cifcn for our Chng'ersman and our 
P<»tmaster. I donl know how they 
'rt the first one of these post of- 
fices get by us" 

The Vii^ia Beach facility is the 
second to be built in the United 
States. Both Congrssnnan Thmnas 
N. D"wning and P<^master 
Jrae^h Croswtte hu?h«d heartilv 
a: Hatchett's good-nalured dikl- 
in?. 

In his address Cw^?rtnr«an 
DoHTiing pointed mit ttiat the Vir- 
p^nia Beach facility was a^Hually 
to have been the n^t one IxHU. He 
gave credit to Fitmk ft4fs itf the 
V^hington Pi^al Re0co and 
Gene R. Robefia, Geieral Mmie^' 
of Pemfatike Ibfl. fcr getting the 
iBiit moved ^ad 9 plMM. 



Brizzi sksa addressed fte au- 
diajce. He said, "The Po;t Office 
Dtpartment is a service agency, 
ard that's what we are here for." 

The new <h"ive-up unit is expect- 
ed to do jft>out $100,000 business 
arnually. 

The riKjMi cutting ceremony 
^vas acccmplished by Coi^ressman 
Dcwnng and Mrs. GeraW 0- Ver- 
dmi <rf Virginia Beach. Mrs. Ver- 
don was chrsm bv Crosswhite to 
mail the first letter from th; new 
post tfffkre to her son, SP4 Wil- 
liam T. iBiayi Verdoo, ^ervii^ in 
Viet Nan. 

Crosswhite had arkcd Mrs. Ver- 
dcn to assist in di? ceremony af- 
ter rta<^ng an article -bout her 
»»i in the Virginia Beach Sua. nd 
wh.at was incTudcd in the letter 
Mr. and Mrs. Verdon maHed to 
Viet Nam' The c'iK)b.gs from the 
Virginia B4»ch Sua. of oaanK. A 
port office empbyee wa; on hsuid 
hk open Qie noail box tAe ottf the 
Mter and t^etA it oi its wvf. 




MRS. GERALD 0. VEKDON, of S« flwithaiih ^1. Vhrgiala Beadi. nafls the lint liMar ft 

new setf-wrvice PMt omtx at l^adtatkb Md. Rep- fhtmm DMn*« lodui w at if^k Mi 

CroMwUte, Postinarta> at Vlr^te Bcadi dMto wite a pariaaaa ta tte had^paoi. (an 

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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 22, 1966 



J&# #^ The Tiling , . . 

<whidi is coarse* is ssnewhat 
iSES et.^n^ve than the fine-tex- 
tursd European hrj. K.ity ha 
wi^ im display resdy 'to go <n 
mi-la(ly's head immedistety M 
Kitty trnks the ndg suits the 

HcwewK", as the wig conaultant 
aai taking pride in having the 
propo- w'i fit lK>th the personality 
md odoriag of her custimers, 
die irjy sdect an entirely differ- 
esi style ^om which die custo- 
mer thotijnt ihe wairted. 

'Xf C(wr53, I win sell | wig U 
a cu^:Hner is adimint about 
wanting a particulBr style and 
shade, but if I *leel is is wrong 
for her I will tri to inflopajiAe- f 
tawards somethiii 1 amOire will ^ 
make her happy.f Kitty wants all 
her customers toi^havft't^ right 
wig Icr the r^' occasion. She 



Wcaaa-slcttar 
lb w'.g. Of agt to wif i^m% 
Kpa to be ^ 9M!£mB &» 4t«Uif|' 
tB^ian mseua. Nov. it Is oiify ir 
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fltnc; more (3»b 18,000 wortii of 
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( Miy hsglcau a9sn*«-. 
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knows a satirfJed wig-wearer will 
always ccste 5»ck when she wants 
to a<ki totfe- wig- wardrobe. Many 
of her cl^^^sve purchased as 
"ttilfi^lF Oi^e wig&--all in differ- 
ent chides and with varkms hair- 
dos. 

Kitty is a trained cosmetician, 
and siie got into the business of 
wigs by accident. She said slie 
was in Caliiornia and a;plied for 
a job at the Sear's beauty parlor 
in Lo.ng 3ca jh. There was an open- 
ing in the wig departnient so she 
decided to study that tiew (rfiase. 
Siie found ihe Liked k and has 
bsen with w^ ever since. Kitty 
is originally from Florida but has 
now settled down in Tidewater to 
niake it her home and to be at 
the haif^ay mark t)etween her 
daughter who lives in New Jersey 
and her son who is in the service 
in South Cardina. 

Working girk were one oi the 
first to purchase the wigs. For 
cMivenience sake, because she 
doesn't have time for repeat vis- 
its to the beauty parlor, she wOl 
select a wig to match her natural 
hair and she has it set in her 
usual hair style. Then "only her 
wig consultant knows for sure 
when siie is wearing a wig! 

Alfter its convenience is realized, 
a wig no longer fits the luxury 
calfigcry. Customers come back 
and order another wig of the 
niora glacnour type for special 
occasions and more than likely in 
a different color than he^r natural 
shade. 

Silver and atburn are the rtlost 
popular changes 'for the brunettes 
while natural blondes often choose 
a dark wig f Jr their natural 
change of pace. 

Wigs of human hair can be 
treated the same way as the hair 
growing out of a head, they may 
be shampooed, combed, roUed, 
teased, and styled by anycne who 
has the knack of fixing hex own 
hair. But it is best 'o send it to 
the wig consultant for a profess- 
ional j:b of stylirg and setting 
when she doesn't know how to set 
her own hair, Kitty said. And she 
also cautions against cutting the 
hair on the wig— "It will not grow 
back i' you goof!" 

Kitty invites all women who 
have been thinking cbout owning 
a wiiT to visit her at the Pem- 
broke Se:rs store. It doesn't cost 
anything to look. Many are air- 
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for a woman's loDks and personal- 
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She is also interested in intro- 
ducing women to the convenience 
and glamour of owning a wig by 
presscting wig fashion shows. 



Parlu June ... By OLCA EDWAkDS 



By DOUGLAS BAK4ES 

Guest Writer 

There's so i^udi talait in Vir- 
ginia Be^ ^ this reportar 
rarely g!»s to nearby Norfolc n«r 
to New Yc:k for tbeatricsj SJjiqr- 
ment, and when ESa Chwlei 
"^cker and Frank Fenigno invited 

3 to come to the benefit, "Fun- 



Grass Increases 
i Ith Back Bay 



vmCINIA BEACH - Waterfowl 
food plants in the southwn end of 
Back Bay have shown a marked 
knr)rove«ment in growth ^iparaitly 
as a result of the controJled iMro- 
duction cf salt wa.er, according to 
Game Commi^ion— Game Man- 
agement District Supervisor Otto 
Halstead. The salt pumping pro- 
ject sponsored by the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach is now m its second 
year. A 33 inch pumping station 
rfts water from the Atlant'c and 
introduces it in the vincinity of 
Sh ops Bay and North Bay. 

The fu.Tip has been operating 
two 8 hour shifts each day during 
September foltowicg a midl-aim- 
m£r breakdown. The overall salin- 
ity in the sections of the bay 
where improvement in plant 
growth has been noted ranges 
around M'/( ■ Following a six 
year study, biolooits recommend- 
ed a 10-15% \em'xi salt as ojrti- 
mum for the Virginia portion. 

A sli^t improvement in plant 
growth was noted in the vicinity 
of the inlet pipe following last 
year's pumping efforts. The area 
remans about the same this year, 
but marked improvement has be«i 
noted in the vicinity of Commiss- 
ion owned Pocahontas marsh and 
along the eastern side of the bay. 

Duck shooting in the Back Bay 
area has suffered periodically 
when the salinity level dropped 
and the silted water produced little 
aqiiatic food material to hold the 
birds. The higher salinity stimu- 
lates plant growth by he'ping to 
settle the salt. Storms which 
breachr.i barrier dunes created 
this condition which gave tiie area 
i'j reputaticn as a duck haven in 
past years. 



Tickets On Sale 

NO«F0L£-^Tick^ for the 1968 
stock car racing season's two re- 
raaimEii K^gie p w ^ay itaiot#; 
the seventh annual National 500, 
a.-id the second annual Am^ican 
500 are new on sale at In^rams 
lUsed Auto Parts, 3I1S N- l^^at^r 
Hi^ay. 

The National SOD is sdieduied to 
be run on the 1-% ode hi^ 
banked, paved Charlotte, N. C. 
M<^or Speedtray track On Sunday, 
Oct(H>er 1£. Race time is 12:30- 

The American SOO is scheduled 
to be run en the 1 mik hi^ bank- 
ed paved North Carolina Afotor 
^)eedway track at Rockingham, 
N. C. on Sunday, October 30. Race 
time has been set for 12 noon. 

October 30 has been designated 
as Ned Jarrett day at the Rock- 
ingham, N. C. track in honor of 
the popular defending Grand Na- 
tional chamipion of N(.\SC.AR. who 
will retire frcm racing after runn- 
ing in the American 500. 



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them . . . a-id permaaent waves that make a symphony of the 
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rietics, a Cavalcade cf -\m3ricai 
Music from 1900 to 1933", held ir 
their attractive Lodge in the Jeff- 
erson Hotel baliro' m last Satur Ja 
and aiaday, we were deli;^ted. 

At tills tkne the new Vfrginia 
Be»:b Concert Ordiestra, orga- 
nized by Mr. aad Mrs. Fnmk Fer- 
rigni 8ind Mr. and Mrs. William T 
Re&iBSin, mada its d:but. Mem 
l>srs of the orchestra are Winiar 
T. Robinsoa, Sr. and A-., Jolm F 
Gam>w, John Martin, Charlie 
Penrino. Maurice Sienipcr, Henry 
Pvtln, Suart Edwarts, Gdr. Clar- 
eoee Dcrrickson and Oiga Fer- 
rigno. This orchestra is a vigorous 
group of musicians; th^ have a 
"good thing gouig." 

"Shcwcase", written and direct- 
ed by Saly Sirter with Olga Fer- 
rlgno as accompanist, was the 
plan.ied enteitainment for the 
Deouty Clinic District Workshop o. 
Tidcwatc.-. and more than 150 
Elks and their ladies attended. On 
Sunday, the HPOE,' No. 2288 Au- 
xiliary, served a catered lunc'neon. 
Mrs. Ethd Ottinger, president, 
was assisted bv Reba Nixon. Stu-a 
Day, Glac'ys Shipp, Margaret Lan- 
dis. Edna West. Lou>«e Cames, 
and Etta Grfan. 

"Funrieties ' opened with SalBi 
Sttter, Frank Ferrigno and Oscar 
Nothem singing selections frcm 
'*R-ddigore"; Ray Ahles rerdsred 
"Harrigan." A soft slioe followed 
with Jean and Frank Chebatar 
warbling "Mary's a Grand Old 
Name." "Sweethearts"with Karia 
Beasley and Oscar Nortiieni 
brought down the house with ap- 
plause as did "Make Believe". 
Jim Kelly, Al Snter, and Jim Mor- 
rlssey were stout-hearted Mounties 
—look-alikes of Nelson Eddy in 
scarlet tunics and the Mountie 
hats. The Barbershop Quartet. 
Allies, Chebetar, Ferrigno ar.d 
Norihera warranted tremendous 
applause, as did Theresa WarralJ 
when she sang "Just My Bill" to 
a hushed audience. Her voice was 
hudcily sweet. 

Sallle Suter in pale pink ruffled 
chiffon with Ferrigno in white eve- 
ning coat got "Deep in Our 
Hearts" with their blend of so- 
prano and bass. Helen Aides, Mil- 
lie MoR-issey, Dawn Nolliem and 
Randy Smith "ciiariestoned" as 
wildly as today's frug or monksy. 
Fraidde Yoimg. Iberesa and Joaa 
formed a Girls' Trio; there was i 
Jitterbug conteist; Michael Kdly 
impersonated EJvis Presley; Dawn 
Bfadieni In red sequin majorette 
costume wieJded a bac^-brealjing. 
baton; Paida Dt^, JuUe Proctor 
ani Mkc tHixt, children of Elks, 
staged a "Hullababo". 

As the entire Ensemijle sang 
"Grand Old Flag", the audirace 
joined in the Finata with whistles 
aad cries of "More. More!" 

The ingenious black and white 
stage setting was effective; Jack 
Keaiy was the iarrator, and "sun- 
shine Sally" directed a fine show. 
<%ariie 'Tuciier was a congenial 
host to all as h; manned ' the 
ticket booth and also u^ered. 




THE ELKS Chorus iwessnts "There's Nothing Like a Dame" 




THERESA WORREIX stags "im My Bill" 



League Meets Tues. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The League 
if Women Voters. Virginia Beach 

jiit, will meet Tues. S^3tembcr 
27, at 11 ata. in the Black Angus 
restaurant. SSrd and Pacifk: Ave. 

i^or les&vauons CJdl 340-3790. 



Robert fi. Mitcbdl and Richard 
Dresch^ were awarded cer- 
iicates to iracfcice public ac- 
counttog in Virginia during the 
STth Annual Meeting of tte Vin^ia 
Society of certified Riblic Ac- 
countants at the AwaMs Limcbeon 
bekl at Hotel Boanoke recentiy. 



WEDDINGS 




MRS. DONALD U. McMILLAN 

McMillan— DicKERsoN 

Miss Beverley Dickerson and 
Donald H. .MpMillan were married 
on September 9 in tiie hnme of 
the Rev. J. C. Puckett of High 
Po-int. N. C., Baotist minister, 
who performed the ceremony. 

The bride wa^ given in marriage 
by her uncle, the Rev. Robert Tay- 
lor. Miss Jan Dickerson of High 
Point, was ner sister's maid of 
honor and only attendant. 

James Burns of High Point 
served as best man. 
^ The couple, bjtli graduate of 
Oxford Orphanag3, Oxford, N. C, 
will make their home on Route 3, 
Box 53£3. Graham, N. C. 



The bridegroom is a student at 
Among the nnany guests were Elon College, and was formerly 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hambrick, past ennployed by the Virguiia Beach 
Exalted Ruler of Lodge 22S8. Sun. 



Fall Fashions At Fair 




JULIE COLLMUS 

VIRGINIA BEACH-'Fair Fash- 
ions M Eight', a series of five 
fashion shows, will be one of the 
many evening attraction to be 
spotlighted at the Greata- Tide- 
water Fair at Hilltop Oct. 3 
through Oct. 8 Tiese shows will be 
thirty minute divertLsemenls pro- 
duced by the Fair's fashion direc- 
tor Alice Brewer White. 

Fashionables will b& saluted 
from fcKir of the areas in Tide- 
water with fashion shops frcm the 
•Rdewater participating. Pcmi- 
neirt club women from Virginia 
Beach. Chesapeake and Norfol 
will model on the outdoor itage 
upder canvas Teenage models will 
r^ffe^pnt Port -mouth, "rtere will 
be a different snappy dance inter- 
hjde midway of Uie thirty-minute 
attracticm. 

Tidewater's dean of SKKteling 
and charm school dir«Aws Jiili: 
CoOmus wiU give the cocmffl- 



t£.ry for the Oct. 5 "Salute" to 
'ort£mouth Tesn Farhionabics. 
Irs. Cjllmus, ewner-director of 
Charm As£:c;jies oi Norfolk, is 
also the national president of 
of Modeling .Association of .Ameri- 
ca. .Alisbee, the Virginia Beach 
Sun fashion colui.nnist and WKVK 
radio personality will commen- 
tate the other four shows sched- 
uled for the Fair. 

Saiute to Tidewater will be pre- 
sented on the c^pening night cf the 
Greater Tidewater Fair, Oct. 3. 
Othc.- fashion salutes will be: Vir- 
ginia Beach on Get. 4, Portsmouth 
on Oct. 5, Chesapeake on Oct. 6 
and Norfolk on Oct. 7. Each show 
iviD be presentee one* and prompt- 
ly at eight o'clock. Club women 
models will be introduced in each 
show with a quartet of Tidewater 
men escorting the models on the 
opening night. 



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In the early 1900^1 beautiful pavilions and beach 
homes lured vacationers to Ocean View . 

. . .Then H, D. Oliver had been serving more than 

40 years. 

A small puffing train brought visitors frwn Noric!k to 
Ocean View Beadies. Lovely hotels and beach pavilians 
l^re,v up sAmoA overr.i^t. Ocean View was a popular re- 
sort for many miks up and down the coast. Tljen H. D. 
Oliver had tong since established a rqnitataion for provkJ- 
icg the most resip«;ted and dignified burial funeral serv- 
ices. 

Today Ocean View beaches ^U atu-^ sumroe- visitors 
and modern rooted are filled every summw. H. D. <Mver 
has continittd to grew and serve. Two fine homes, one in 
Virgfcia Beach, and a capable, exper^nced staff eneWe 
H. D. CJiver to hajidle your every need. Call oa H. D. Oli- 
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• By ALICE BREWER WHITE 



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Princess Anne Woman's Club 
Begins Another Work Year 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 22, 1966 

P8ge3-A 




s something little but important 

IS it comes frwn Y.S.L. It is the 

new 1/4 ounce size of Yves Saint 

jaurenfs Parfum "Y". Y5.L. 

Jesigned*' Paiifian "Y" as he de- 

gns fa^ons, irr£5btal)Iy femi- 

^e and degant. "Fragrance" 

cording to Saint Laurent, 

should be an indispensable ac- 

S5ary to fashion. It should be 

'ht, youthful and lingering." Al- 

jgh Parfim "Y" formula is a 

ill guarded S2cret, Monsieur 

'airit Laurent had no hes'tancy in 

vealing that some of its ingrsd- 

jnts were sjch florals as Jas- 

nine, Rose of Bulgaria, Tuber- 

rs?, Oak Moss and others in an 

nusually subtle blending. Of 

■ourse, ParJum "Y" is made, 

ackagcd and sealed in Farnce 

\D at ten dollars for the 1/4 

ice size which' is iperfect for 

raveling, to carry in a ourse and 

•specially to give as a gift. 

FASHION FLASH 

Sluice this is National Sweater 
Week it's in line for us to remind 



for toTping desks, beds and ta- 
bles! When you visit the Great- 
er Tidewaier Fair on Hilltcp, O^t. 
3 thro.gh 0:t. 8, just drop 
around the corner ^nd visit WUlis 
At HiUtop. You'll be in Seventh 
Heaven arrf get plenty c' Christ- 
mas gift ideas swimming in your 
head, sach as brass and wood 
accessories of distinctioi, unique 
sconces, fabulous wall nie-'-s +'-'? 
most beautiful and unusual glass 
ware, Tole lamis— eve; a aii- 
come' gift — and ?turcv.ng larp? 
wall scenes measuring 44 by 30 
inch. Incidentally, "Skee" Burns. 
manager, enjoys welcoming newly 
weds and hebing them plan and 
select their furnitJre decor. 



Fall Adult 
Classes Begin 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beach Department d Parks & 
Recreation announces the beginn- 
■ou that The Clothing Chest has ing of the fall Adult Fitness Pro- 



YEAR OF THE SCARF -.This is "that" year and this is one of the 
fabulons cblongs which Sally Gee has created to shine in the fashion 
spotlight It's in wild color combos and an equally wild curlicue 
pattern. This 18" by 45" pure silk twill scarf drapes m subtle 
fashion to show off to best advantage, the fur hat topping is by 
Fnune. 



This is the greatest-ever "year 
of the scarf" according to scarf 
designer Sally Gee. Important new 
shaipes and sizes place this ubi- 
quitous accessory high on the 
most-wanted list as an integral 
part of the Costume Look. Scarfs 
add dash and take on a blazing 
new spotlight role for every kind 
of neckline romancing— as fill-ins, 
accents, ccstume^brighteners, and 
the soft finishing touch. There are 
glowing paisJeys, chic foulards, ki- 
netic geometries and striking ab- 
^'swacts in pure silk twill, wool 
challis, blen^ of silk and wool 
with metallic embroidery and flut- 
tering, feminine chitfons. 

Styles include fabulous squares, 
a whopping yar^i ol snob appeal; 
new dimensional oblong ascots— 
skinny and long, a mere 12 inchesj 



versus an elongated 42 inches; 
tiny triangles— often reversible to 
a color coordinate; flingy rec- 
tangles, perenially popular smoke 
rings and stoles and the new 19 
inch mini-ties in men's haber- 
dasher squares. 

It's magical what the right 
scarf achieves in giving a waird- 
robe a lift. Tie a miniscule tri- 
angle high and tight around your 
neck for new zing and match it 
witii its double perched perkily on 
your handbag handle! "Anyone 
can buy a scarf wardrobe to 
color coordinate with Fall out- 
fits," says Sally Gee, " but it 
takes thought and ingenuity to 
give it a fresh and original per- 
sonal approach. 

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The big fragrance news this Fall 



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zaAs of handsome sweaters for 
joth the male and female popu- 
lation. Cables and fancy knits are 
tops and such a call to colors! All 
kinds. All shades. Go-together col- 
ors. Clashing colors. All in liber- 
ated shapes, the spirit of 66! 'TLs 
the cool-breeze-blow season so 
how about one of those handsome 
sweaters by Byford? Poor boy 
sweaters, too, in both the men's 
and ladies departments at The 
Clothing Chest, sort of a guys and 
dolls together idea. The gals have 
to pass through the guys' shop to 
get to their own ultra special fash- 
ions. Give a glance, too, at the 
stunning men's sports coats by 
Stanley Blackler! . If you have 
an anniversary, birthday or bridal 
shower coming up, swne of the 
Nini Ricci perfumes, toilet water 
or bath powder, beautifully gift- 
wraipped, or some of the Eisenberg 
or stunning Hobe jewelry from 
Florence Wilson's might be the 
answer to your predicament. (A 
visit there, just to see that gorg- 
eous crystal French chandelier, 
will buoy your spirits pronto!) 

GIFT GOODIES 

Some folks are already working 
on thoir Christinas lists whidi, 
first of all, means the Christmas 
greeting cards. And where better 
to find and select those elegant 
Halknark cards than at both of 
Denton's gift and card centers in 
their Atlantic and La^in Road gift 
^ops? Hallmark cards are beau- 
tifully and originally designed and 
receiving a Hallmark greeting is 
like a breath from Tiffany's! 
Unique "line-droppers'', especially 
the flowered series, are to be 
found here as well as. inter^ting 
packaged cosmetic and cosmantic 
gifts. Complete gift selections for 
all ages, not forgetting those de- 
lightful, colwfuK some quite mad) 
stuffed animals for chiklr^i and 



gram, which will be held each 
Monday and Thursday night from 
7:30-9:30, through November 24th. 
The sites for this years prog-am 
are as follows: Princess Anne, 
Cm, Kellam, Virginia Beach Jr. 
and' Union Kempsville High 
Schools. 

The activities offered in this 
years program will include Trim- 
nasties, Tennis, Gymnastics, Ping 
Pong, * Volleyball, Badminton, 
Trampoline and weight lifiting. 
Because of the high level of in- 
terest in Trimnastics in the past, 
a qualified instnictor will be pres- 
ent at each location to conduct 
this activity. 

There is no registration date or 
fee« involved with the Program-it 
is open to the public free of 
charge. 

If further informatiDn is desired 
please contact the Parks & Recre- 
atk)n. Department. 



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» TEAL TRAINA • FOXRIDGE 

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from tip to toe 



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Sport-swcar to 
Cocktail Clothes 



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Virginia BMch 



New Hat Sale 

LONDON BRIDGE - New fall 
hats in every style for every oc- 
casion, will oe on ^le at the Lon- 
don Bridge Fire station on Friday 
evening, September 30, from 7 to 
9 p.m. and on Saturday, October 
1, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Ihe Hat Sale is sponsored by the 
Ladies Auxiliary of the London 
Bridge Volunteer Fire Depart- 
ment. 



Beach Girl Gets 
Lutheran Award 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH-i>amela G. 
White, daughter of Mrs. Mary M. 
Vfhiie of Virginia Beach, and Mr. 
William E. White of Norfolk, has 
been granted a $300 Lutheran 
Youth Leadership award by Luth- 
eran Brotherhood, Minneapolis- 
based fraternal insurance society, 
for study at Roanoke College, Sa- 
iem. 

Miss White is a member of 
Good Shepherd Lutheran church. A 
1966 graduate of Frank W. Cox 
High School, she is a member of 
the national Quill and Scroll So- 
ciety and participated as a varsity 
cheerleader and editor of the 
newspaper. She plans to study 
journalism. 

The J^theran Brotherhood 
award is one of 156 beit% granted 
to high school graduates enrolling 
at Lutheran colleges. Recipients 
are selected on the basis of out- 
standing achievement in school 
and church activities as well as 
scholastic and leadership accom- 
plishments. 

The youth awards are part of 
Lutheran Brotherhood's fraternal 
activities iprogram for which one 
million dollars is allocated this 
year. 



Text & photo by Douglas Barnes 

VB Corresponcini. 

Jeanne d'Arc, Florence Night- 
ingale, Elizabeth Taylor, Eleanor 
Roos3velt, and Queen Elizafjcth 
are only a few w>men who have 
made or are making their places 
in history. The Princess Anne 
Woman's club is a club synony- 
mcus with women club loaders 
in their comminitv who get things 
acccmplished and whose energy 
is unbounded when it comes to 
putting on a civic project. 

Last wejk this grmn met for 
its opening ieisian at the Pine 
Trse Inn. 

Mrs. Sherman Bullis and Mrs. 
C. W. Jernigan (she created the 
color'ul flower arrangements for 
the tables, using, among other 
ideas, green crysanthemums!) 
A'are ncmimted as delegates to 
attend the Tidewater District Fall 
meeting to be held at the Cham- 
berlain hotel on October 11. Mrs. 
Aubrey Ho'mes and Mrs. Erma 
Mott were selected as alternates. 

The famous Antiques S'now was 
discussed, and ins dates Octcber 
27 through 30 were set. Honoring 
this occasion, those at the head 
table wore old-fashioned costumes, 
a charming contrast to the fash- 
ionably dres:5ed, short-skirted 
members— one d whom was Mrs. 
Battleman S. Dickinson who wore 
an Autumn mauve knit suit trim- 
med in labacco brown with match- 
ing hat. Her guest, Mrs. ^Walter 
Mur;k, cauld have stepped from 
the pages of Mademoiselle in ir- 
ridescent aqua silk shift com- 
plete with hem-length aqua coat, 
aqua silk turban worn just over 
the eybrows, and aqua wedgies 
through which twinkled aqua 
tinted toe nails. .An irridescent 
umbrella, trimmed with large at- 
tached fal|e yellow dalhias was 
as functional for the Beach as for 
Fifth avenue. 

After lunch, Mrs. George Ald- 
riJ^e, president^ wearing a full- 
skirted blue-flowered gingham 
with bonnet tied under tiie chin, 
introduced Dr. James N. Williams, 
psychiatric Director of the At- 
lantic 'Mental Hygiene Colter, 
who accfi;ted a check for $50 
which represented the Sears Roe- 
buck Foundation Community Im- 
provea-.ent Award. This honor 
came through the efforts of Mrs. 
Mabd Owen and her dcrapbook 
committee, winning fourth place 
over 400 other Vir^nia ckAw. Mrs. 
Owen was lovely in the more than 
100-year old wedding gown of 
golden brocade trimmed in ecru 
lace which the late John B. Dey's 
mother wore. The gown is now 
the property d Mrs. Furman Day. 

The speaker, introduced by Mrs. 
Owen, "came all the way from 
Richmond, and is a former presi- 
dent cif the Virginia Federation 



of Women's Clubs, of the Parlia- 
mentary Law Club of Richmond, 
of the Sunshine Circle of Cripipled i 
Children's Hospital, and was ' 
founding president of the Presi- 
dent's Council of Richmond's Wom- 
en's c;ti>3. Sbe is active in the 
Red Cross, the Cancer Society 
Multiple Sclerosis and Muscular 
Dy .trcohy and Heart Associa- 
tions." Her subject was "There i^^ 
rto Substitute for Action." 

Mrs. Giles C. Engledove, a 
stately brunette and a HoUins Col- 
lege alumna, ccrplimented the 
c'ib's many service accomnli-h- 
menb ( Tiore than $23,000) as been 
given in pa=t years to Mental 
Health, General Hospiial cf Vir- 
ginia Beach, scholarships, etc.); 
and with a distinctive feminine 
sensj of humor, inters, :)eried her 
address with jokss and sly refer- 
ence '.0 the inadequacy (k the gov- 
eri:Ten.t as ;he iredictcd a woman 
U. S. President in the future. 

"Don't be a 'kn • :klebone' (those 
who knock and criticize); don't be 
a 'jawbone' (those who talk too 
much), but rather be a 'backbone' 
and act and work in your club" 
said Mrs. Engleiiove. as she 
stressed God and church work 
coming first in all projects. Home 
responsibilities are greater now 
than ever before "since so many 
wo.Tien are holding outside jobs 
like Ann Kilgore, mayor of Hamp- 
ton." 

Among herthought-provddng re- 
marks were "Promote women in 
public ofice". "Be informed vot- 
ers and vote intelligently". "Vote 
less for .politics and more for 
people who will hold office and 
speak for you" "There is no 
substitute for action.'' 

From the Virginia Beoch-Prin- 
ce^s Anne Junior Woman's club 
were guests Mrs. Albert L. 
Grimrs, Jr., president; Mns. Rob- 
ert L. ZoU, immediate past presi- 
dent; and Mrs. Roger Visser, 
Home Life chairman. 

Marjorie Jones, metzo soprano, 
accompanied by Mrs. Aldridge, 
sang "Hello, Young Lovers.", 
"Getting to Know You", "A Kiss 
in the Sunlight" and other popular 
songs from Broadway hits. 

Mrs. Omar Bryant, wife of the 
new minister of Virginia Beach 
Methodist Church, was another 
guest with whom this reporter was 
a college mate in the 20's. Nell 
Johnson and friend spotted each 
other "across a croakM room", 
and away rolled the years in 
memories and laughs. 

As a fitting climax to a day of 
dedicated club work, Mrs. Owen 
presented to Mrs. Engledove a sil- 
ver heart-shaped jewelcase "since 
our hearts go out to you in ap- 
preciation of your inspiring talk, 
and your day with the Princeps 
Anne Woman's Club." 




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MRS. GILES KNGLEDOVE holds •■» silver heart shaded jewel box 
which wai prcsentnd to her by the club at its irillal me^'ting last 
week. With her are Mrs. Geori?e Aldridge, preiidcnt; Mrs. R. Ht 
O^cn, Community Imprcvernen: (hainran; and Mrs. Albert L. • 
Grimes, Jr.; president of the junior di,b. 



Thoroughgood G C Cavalier G C 



BAYSIDE - The Thoroughgood 
Garden club met at 8 p.m. on 
S«??teniber 14 at the heme of Mrs. 
R. M. Reed Ln Tiioroughgood. 

Cli* officers for the coming 
year are Mrs. T. W. Gray, presi- 
dent; Mrs. C. E. Crouch, lir=t 
vice president; Mrs. A. R. Bru- 
nelli, second vice president; Mrs. 
D. E. Holland, recording secre- 
tary; Mre William H. Harrison, 
corresponding secretary; and Mrs. 
D. S. ShsaD, treasurer. 



VIRGINIA BEACri - CavaBer 

Garden Club held its first mm- 
ing cf the year at the home -of 
Mrs. E. A. Hoflmcister yesterday. 
The club mcimbers .saw stid heard 
a clemonstratian and lecture on ' 
"pr, ning". i 

M mon, the group moved to 
Galilee E'usconal church for a \ 
clinic on "Flower Conditicning and . 
Arrangement." \ 

Mrs. Wii'iam H. Brown, presi- , 
dent, eresided. , 




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WILL'fS AT HILLTOP 

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Tollies' Coming 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beach-iPrincess Anne Junior 
Woman's Club will present the 
1966 Cabaret FolUes on October 
21 and 22 at the Alan B. ^lepard 
Civic Center. 

Russell H(xi?e's orchestra will 
play for dancini-; T^e C'.'b wili 
preset^ "■Hula-ba-loo" Follies as a 
floor show. 

Ti-.e proceeds will be cefltri'aute^ 
to ccm.tiun;tv welfare. This year s 
main projeets are Cairo Civitan 
and the establishment of a Juve- 
nile Halfway House through the 
Virg.nia Beach Foundatiin. 



Cadet Owen Moore, III is among 
325 boys from 22 states and eight 
foreign countries who have report- 
ed to Missouri Military Academy 
Mexico, Missouri, for the TSih 
. session of the college preparatory 
school. Cadet Moore, an eleventh 
grader, is tfie son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Owen J. Moore, Jr. of 303 20th 
street. He is among the school's 
football team backs. 



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And Ifm Virsinis Beach Naws 

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Managing Editor 

News Editor 



hi fl» pwt iffiee m VurtMa BemA, Va., iiiid«- the ad of March 3. lff» 



OaUMe city— |(-2S per dnman. 



•mOtlAUY SNAKING 



Harmony And Unity 



Vl/hen the committees and their 
members and chairman of the Demo- 
cratic campaign for this fall's General 
election were announced recently, we 
were glad to see that the factions of the 
Party in Vi/ginia Beach were able to get 
. back together. 

On iCie numerous committees seek- 
ing the election of Harry F. Byrd, Jr., 
and William B. Spong, Jr., to the U. S. 
Senate and the election of Thomas NJ. 
Ck)wning to the House of Representa- 
tives were persons who had been on 
opposite sides during the July Demo- 
craTic primary. 

We were happy to see that the vig- 
orous campaigning during that primary 
race had not opened wounds too deep 
to he»] for the good of their party. 
Mames that appear on those committees 
IrKttKJle backers of not only the win- 
ners, Byrd and %x>ng, but also the 
backers of the losers, Robertson and 
Boothe. This is as it should be. 

for the Rdsertson backers the unity 
was forthcoming immediately. The day 



after the primary ejection, most Virginia 
Beacii Democrats who had supported 
Byrd and Robertson announced their 
support of the Dertwcratic nominees. 
Some of the Spong and Boothe backers 
took a little longer coming around to 
endorsing the same two nominees, but 
most eventually did so. Only a few 
hangers on and diehards have refused 
to do so now. 

Therefore it is pleasant to see that 
even those who had diverse opinions 
and supported different candidates can 
now rally 'round and support the party 
now. 

The Democratic Committee of Vir- 
ginia Beach has promised a hard cam- 
paign for its nominees. The Republicans 
have also promised a tough fight, as 
have the Conservatives. We look for- 
wardjo a we'fl-waged battle for the two 
seats Virginia has in the United States 
Senate. 

There is solidarity in the Conservative 
and Republican paries. And there is also 
harmony in the Democrats here as well. 




THf PEACH THIS WEEK 



Virginia Beach Little Theatre 



For Six Opinions - Ask Six People 



Where the economy of the country 
1$ at the moment, or where it is head- 
ing is the subject of many conversa- 
tions these days. One hears a great 
deal about "tight money," high interest 
i^tes," "value of the dollar" and that 
old standby, the "cost of living." 

Upon investigation, we find that few 
people who should know in Virginia 
D^ch can agree on the current econo- 
mic condition of the country. One says 
rrK^ay TThard to come by. Another 
says there is plenty of money available 
to ix)rrow, but the interest rates are too 
Ngh to interest roost people. A publish- 
ed report shows that construction is 
jk>wn this year in Virginia Beach, al- 
IfKXjgh the same report says it may not 
wid up that way when the final con- 
tracts are in. 

We grant that much of the building 
began before the present economic 
situation became what it is, but the way 
we see it, there is still pleny of building 
going on in Virginia Beach. 



On P.6A is a story to back up that 
statement. Three autonnobile ^encies 
are under construction. J^o shopping 
centers, one of them quite large, are 
under construction, one department 
store is being built, a large doughnut 
company is building its new plant, a 
roller skating rink is going up, and 
plans have just been announced for a 
new shopping center at Pembroke. This 
does not taVe into account the tremen- 
dous 100 mfllion doMar complex plan- 
eed for the Shore Drive. 

The economic climate of Virginia 
Beach would seem to be in fine shape 
with all that and much more going on. 
If money is so tight, perhaps the reason 
is that so much of it is tied up in Vir- 
ginia Beach, not leaving enough for 
other places. Our city is still first in 
growth in Virginia regardless of a "sag- 
ging" economy nationwide. 

So for six expert opinions or^the cur- 
rent economy, ask six people and be 
prepared for diverse answers for all 
six. 



Newspapers Are Important 



Every once in a vvNIe an unsolicited 
Item comes along, telling of the import- 
«n» of newspapers. We are always 
giad when such an item reaches us, 
mostly because it makes it all worth- 
while. 

Such an item has recently found its 
^ay to our desk. It tells of newspapers 
fast becoming an important teaching 
pd in rtie classrocxns of public and 
parochial schools. Top educators have 
said teac^iers not using newspapers are 
missing a real opportunity to bring 
their ^Axxik teaching (^wn to a prac- 
tkal ||^ of understarvaing and appli- 
»tkM^ students. 

N^^fpers are called "living text- 
bookf." iftey were first used by enter- 
^isir^ ^achers in Engtis^ and social 
studies classes. Stixtents were asked to 
ffnd ^nc| leam the spelling and meaning 
ol n^ words. Various types of sen- 
tefK* ilnicturf and other language con- 
strucHbn were given as homework as- 
MgniMts ^Ith new^>apers as the 
iCHirGJ^ jfl K3ci4t studies classy the stu- 
c^tcJilK «^ed to acquaint them- 
riiiTMS, i^Kes and events 
mwtp^tmi fr(mi around 

1^ tlfd^rs aod 




students have developed many differ- 
ent newspaper uses for varied classes 
on all levels for all age groups. 

Students have learned how to figure 
budgets, study the stock market, look 
for a job, study merchandise offers, 
make sample menus, plan trips, read 
the business news, understand the edi- 
torial page, evaluate editorial cartoons, 
add figures, spell, write clear sentences, 
and learn about the many things a 
newspaper has to offer for readers not 
only to inform but aflso to assist. 

Several newspapers, including the 
Vi^lnia leach Sun, are used in class- 
rooms in Virginia Beach, and we are 
proud to be a part of the educational 
prac^s. Teachers and students alike 
said when questioned that newspapers 
make the subject more interesting. 

The place of the newspaper then in 
the educational fabric of the nation for 
students, adults and educators is un- 
disputed. This added role of the news- 
paper will continue to expand for the 
benefit of education and the nation at- 
large. 

A newspaper can carry with it no 
better recommendation than to be a 
part of the educational process of our 
^th. 



Next weekend the Virginia Beach 
Little Theatre opens its new season with 
a fine musical, Brigadoon. Advance re- 
ports say it will be an excellent pro- 
duction, and no doubt it will. 

The Virginia Beach Little Theatre is 
well-known and highly respected in 
Tidewater for the presentation of an 
outstanding theatrical fare over the 
years. We look forward to another ex- 
citing and successful season tris year. 

The only problem up to this point is 
the attendance. There are just not 
enough members of the audience. But 
for that matter if every seat was filled 
every night of every production there 
would be still something wrong. It 
would mean the theatre was too small. 
This fine group of amateurs— ama- 
teur only in the respect that they are 
not paid for their efforts — present fin- 
High way Week In Virginia 

This week is Highway Week in Vir- 
ginia, so proclaimed by Governor God- 
win, and highly endorsed by the State 
Highway Commission. 

The Commission has invited citizens 
of Virginia to consider during this week 
the importance of modern highways in 
their business and leisure time activi- 
ties. 

We have taken that sjggestion and 
would like to consider the roads and 
highways hereabouts. Generally speak- 
ing, the roads which pass through our 
area are excellent. With the completion 
of the second span across Lynnhaven 
Inlet and the eventual four-laning of the 
area from Fort Story to Atlantic Avenue 
on Shore Drive, Virginia Beach will be 
able to boast a fine network of roads. 
The bridge is nearing cornpletion and 
the four-laning is finallylan the drawing 
Boards. 

The first section of Independence 
Boulevard will be open within the next 
ninety days. The rest of that first phase 
connecting Shore Drive to Virginia 
Beach Boulevard is moving along rapid- 
ly. General Booth Boulevard from Vir- 
ginia Beach -Borough to state Route 615 
is also moving along weH. 

All of these projects will be paid for 
by State money, as well as local and 
Federal money. Each will have a pro- 
found importance on our economy in 
Virgirwa Beach. Not only will these 
roads aid our citizens in reaching their 
business destinations more easily, but 
they will also contribute measurably to 
the smoother flow of traffic during the 
peak tourist season. 

The Virginia General Assembly has 
provided additional revenue for the 
current biennium. We hope that much 
of it will be used here and for the far 
worse roads in our neighboring areas 
which funnel traffic into Virginia Beach 
ty/»i^^ months of ^^$ry ye^t 



ished producions, as demanded by the 
more sophisticated audiences of today. 
They have given of their time and 
energy. We hope all citizens of Virginia 
Beach will take note of this and support 
them by attending each production. 

There is still time to purchase a sea- 
son ticket or even a ticket for the first 
production. We urge our readers to 
give Brigadoon and the Virginia Beach 
Little Theatre all the support it richly 
deserves for its contributions to our ciy. 

It is also hoped that the Little Theatre 
can soon teuild its own modern and 
large building where its productions 
can be shown off to better advantage. 
Couryard Thteatre is quaint, but we feel 
that the Virginia Beach Little Theatre 
deserves more for its dedicated Work. 
To build their own building, the mem- 
bers of VBLT need the help of every- 
one in Virginia Beach. 

Jetties Should Be Built 

With the expected approval of the 
construction of a new stone jetty at 
Rudee Inlet and the extension of the 
existing one there, a major move will 
have been made toward creating a first- 
class boating area and marina on Rudee 
Inlet at the south end of Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

A high-rise bridge will cross the Inlet 
soon and boat traffic will be able to 
move freely under It. This is another 
milestone for Virginia Beach. 

Stone jetties have proved their worth 
everywhere they have been used in 
preventing erosion and in reclaiming 
sand for beach areas. As in the case of 
Rudee Inlet they have also been used to 
keep back the sea for a channel en- 
trance. 

Along areas of New Jersey and Long 
Island stretch wide areas of sandy 
beach protected by long jetties jutting 
out into the Atlantic. Most of them have 
been there for many years and have 
taken on a shimmering green cast of 
moss and age. We wonder why the 
same was not done some years ago at 
Virginia Beach, when the cost was not 
as prohibitive as if would no doubt be 
today. 

But with the continued erosion of 
lar*l and beach area at Virginia Beach, 
even the sand pumpers are not really 
enough. With absolutely no knowledge 
of the cost or how it could be done to- 
di^^ ^e hope that a study can be made 
soon to determine the need for jetties 
here. Perhaps the money could be 
made available from 1+iis or that agency 
if the jetties wcHjId be helpful or 
feasible. 

We have become increasingly aware of 
erosictfi here and want to see some- 
hljig i^one about it before It Is too late in 
sOfl^l places. _ , _ 



W»*» 1^ m^\ .C<^ V;rgija ^±^!^^lfZ 



wiH meet a new tkne beginning 
the firat week in Odbdber. The 
CoiBt i»d beeq me^ at 2 pjn 



ca. Tl»e oonferenw lasted tor five 
days, aie is tte dau^iter <d Mrs. 
Wan^ SUvertsen of Ae 360 lAx* 
ol nih Street Misi Shicrtsea is 





iltSpjn 

to 10 ajp. Jm^k ^ 
lU^tkms Qwt ^<^ 
i^ to t»ct at Pitipm 
each t|«May. Wedn«M*gr 
lliurscfi^ at 10 a.in- 

* * * . 

A Vtrgina P^ai^ Qiao lias been 
diargi^ with arson in coooe^liiili 
wi«|i a fire that ifl6icM beiv; 
danage to a \imhAcgy bam 
house in the MOO hUogk of Atte^tic 
Avemie. Seven qcc^lpfDib of t^e 
buScBng esc^ &^ tti tfae 99tisr 
tnomli:^ b?axe. Piqqee idamSiei 
^e man 89 CliCkm Tid|^^^ 
W5iite, a former ooqfpant of m 
cottage. 

* * « 

A n year oH Tirat Colaipii 
^i0^ Sc^ s^ior, Mm Jifi Sil- 
v<ibeffl fras returned litaft Ooi- 
ver, C^fe., wijei-e die represeoied 








late has 
# grand 
ai^Mflli- 




Qe iWprteftf Wsfcected her tp 
at^d M dboiit midbigbt. 

♦ ♦ * 
Bflclless driving and masslau^ 
ter char^ agaipat Tnidy JeeoeMe 
Ijesto". % d Route I. have bera 
^b^^pped fdhfing a bearing in 
IfwA:^! Oguft. tbe womaD, ac- 
cor<Hng to poJip^, was the driver of 
the caf whicb fatalbr m^ured Cterk 
«hit<;hunt, e. ¥ttc ato bhdk of 
LltSe Neck |l6ad as he ma walc- 
iog aim Ae road near his boine 
Aug. 30. 



?B»B^»^S»MB?r 



PROCLAMATION 



P0N9nTirT|j[H4 W^E^ 

/ftiRERE/^, September ^7. 1^, marks the on^ Iwmired severjty- 
ninth AiHMVKsary of the adopBwi of tic ConrtlUitJpn of the United 
States <rf Anaerkra by the Ci(?nsati}tk)nal Ccwenfiqu: ai>d 

MTH^aiiliS. 1V> accord offidal recogniiion to this metnoraWe ^ 
niversary, and to tbe patrwiic ejtercise that will fwm a noteww^y 
feature of the occasion, seems fitting and proper; and 

'%1I|E3IBAS, Public Law No. 915 guarantees the issuing of a proda- 
m^tJw each year by the President cf the United States of America 
designating S^tenr.ber 17 through 23 as Consiiihltion Week; 

f>}OW. THEREFXiRE. I Frarik A. Dusch, by virtue of the authority 
vested in me as Mayor of the Tity of Virginia Beach in the State of 
Viiginla do hereby proclaim the week of L'epteititoer 17-23, 1966, as 

CONSTITUTION IVEEK 
in the City cf Virgiria Beach, and urge ail our citizens to pay special 
attention during that week to our Federal Constitution and Uie adxan- 
tages of American Citizenship. 

In Witness Whereof, I hawt hereunto set nty hand and caused the 
Seal of the City of Virginia Beach to be affixed this 20 day of the year 
of our Lwd one thySsand nine hundred and sixty-six. and the mdepeo- 
6&nce d the United States oi America, the ohe hundred and ninetieth. 

Signed Frank A. Dusch 



THE VIBGINIA BEACH 



OPEN FORUM 



To The Editor: 

I noticed wiih great interest the 
recent publication of a letter from 
Mr. Robert Porterfield of Abing- 
don, Virginia, another aiteit^t ¥> 
ffve his Abingdon or^ganizatkin a 
Tidewater branch office. Mr. Por- 
terfield filed a challenge to the 
ceof!e of Virginia corceming the 
foundation of a cojter for the per- 
fcrmir.g arts in Ridnnond. The 
idea is certainly one of merit. 

Let me take this opportunity to 
note that as per the official sta- 
tistics of a recent editioa of the 
New Norfolk magazine, the Nor- 
foHt Little Hieatre comes qloser 
to beirg a center for the perfomn- 
ing arts than any other theatre in 
ti-.e State. The figures show Hiat 
the Norfolk Little Theatre not only 
produced twice as many perform- 
ances (over 160) as the con'i)ined 
"service" theatres in Tidtwater. 
but irdicate that the Little Theatre 
oufr'proAjced the Richm^md Mu- 
seum and possibly evoj The Bar- 
ter. 

The phiiosopby of the 4a-year old 
Little Theatre is to provide a vital 
creative outlet for as many of Uie 
varied talents of ite cwnmunlty as 
posHible. The theater offers a 
mainstage season cf five produc- 
liors, an Experimental Wing pro- 
gram, a touring group called In- 
star.it TheMre, a dance workshop, 
a plajTvri^ticg amtest, a Teen 
ari Chl'drca's theatre program 
and a Theatre Arts Academy. 
Plans for the coming season also 
kidude a diairiMa- opera program 
ard Verse Theatre. AH of these 
acthrtties are performed by your 
neij^iwrs, interested members of 
the community who appreciate the 
corta-ajuticn that live theatre can 
provide. Their efforts are ^ed 
and encouraged by a }M-ofe;sional 
staff. Their aim U not simply to 
produce plays, but rather to fulty 
utilize these talents in ^ bcms 
of providing the Tklewfter com- 
munity with a vital, conseqi^gi^al 
organ of comsmaucation equiva- 
1^ in nx)tive, and someday, in 
iKtOTnflislancat to the oirt^anding 
theatres of the nation. Nmety per 
cert (A al of ihc&e activitss are 
offer«l to the Tidewater communi- 
ty free of charge. But the pro-am 
is strug^irg in a la^tfy insuHi- 
cient plant. 

For some time now. the Norfofc 
Little Th«^« haa contem^ated 
ocpamfag ita pnsmA faciltties. 
Ctftein q ma derrtiqM tove shown 
it infeasMe to do so at prKwt 
It is the omadered opinioe (rf the 
tittle Tbeatre tiwt its laeMtm 
«1H have to be o^smed baiare a 



sufficient p?ant will be available 
to house and encourage the ambi- 
tious program preseirtly in opera- 
tion Sfti the even ntore ambitious 
ones contemplated. Mr. Portsr- 
fieM's letter is pleased to print out 
that Richmond could be provided 
with a per'orming arts center for 
considerafaiy less than the goLig 
rate. 

T^ Noiifc'k Little Theatre al- 
ready is such a center alid for ap- 
Ijroianately what Mr. Porterfie'd 
proposes to pay in rentals, could 
be housed in a plant that would 
allow it to act with a vitality con- 
sistent with its ambitions. 

In my turn, I wotdd like to pro- 
ffer a challenge to the good peo- 
ple of Tidewater to see to it that 
Virginia's most pofulous and most 
quickly developu^g geographical 
area, tiot be overucked in tiie 
scramble for such a facility. The 
'Ncriolk Little Theatre is anxious: 
but we aH grew old and gray so 
soon. 

Respectfuly. 

Stan Fcdyjxyn 

Manning Director 

Norfolk Little Theatre 



Dear EdCtor: 

Your editorial on garbage col- 
kcticn is very pertinent. I wond?r 
why Virginia Beach does not do as 
most other ccmnwnities and have 
the garage men j^ck up the gar- 
bage from the yard? 

Mrs. Wallace Boush 



To The Editor: 

Certainly one of the stronger, 
stimulating forces, for the de- 
velopment of abaiy American 
manhood and wonnnhood is the 
strong, bulH-in desire, for owner- 
ii:ip. Kill this whclesome desire 
aid a death b'ow would be strudc, 
to this powerful nftttvatiiH; stinni- 
lar.t. that has made the hard 
work-ng American what he is. 

We have a'l Ican^lJ vi tl>e move- 
ment, on a natkjnal level, to curb 
the cmtrois of the property own- 
ers of America. TTlis movement 
has sinister vibrations, that has al- 
ready affected onr people ad- 
vers?»v. Many are sayii^. "Why 
o»Ti, if oUiers control?" It is en- 
tirely corceiveble, that behlrd thi.s 
movement we could fiixi nattonal 
enemy man^ulators. 

We cculd ^1 tMnk d a nationil 
en«ny, viho woM love to Ic^m 
that Anwrica has taken its first 
steo to kill miividual owrerdiip. 

Tl^e days we days Iw de- 
fersive livtaig, not oi% cm cw 
fairways, but to aH tiiJy Amert- 
cao oDQ(»iito aad priacqte. 
^L Applagate 



Virginia Beach^SUN, Thursday, September 22, 1966 



Page5-A 



A MvitW 



'Arsenic And Old Lace' 



We%wood Dinner-Theatre, To- 
ana, Virginia. Arsenic aiod OU 
jpice, by Joseph Kesselring. Di- 
rected by Leroy MeFarlind., Sett- 
ing by Betty Ottver- Costimies by 
Arden Slaroba. Lighttag by Step- 
hen Osbraoh. Cast includes Claud- 
ine Iddings, Carolee Silcox, Frank 
Staraba, Paul Idtfings, Bwley Da- 
vis, Samft-a McClung, Ron Reid, 
Rofey Brown, Paul Chri5t«iscn. 
SydneyTc*iple, Leroy McFarland, 
George Oarew and Donald Ball. 

Wedgewood Dinner-Theatre'scur- 
rent offering, Anenic And Old 



Lacs is an old standby ccm«ly 
that has been around for a long 
tima and it is such a dElightfjjl 
and thoroughly entertaing old com- 
edy that it will be around for a 
lorj time to come. The Wedge- 
woodians have put together a well- 
balanced prodof^on. full of tap 
acting }abs by veteran performers. 
Had the first five minutes of the 
performance been different, there 
would be nothing tov criticize. 

Nearly all plays open with a 
couple of characters explaining to 
the audience what has happended 



Program Started By F&M 



A Family Money Management 
program that b^n Septen-.foer 
19 at all oliSces of First & Mer- 
chants National Sank is designed 
to "add mileage to (family spend- 
ing money," according to Robert 
L. Gordon, Jr., president of the 
barric. 

"^Properly managed, earnings 
can be stretched to provide much 
more for fmiilies who plan proio- 
erly,- says Gordon. "We twpe to 
help by providing to the public the 
tools and the facilities that will 
make proper financial planning 
ea^." 

The bank will offer iirformative 
booklets for the asking and Will 
have a specially prepared book, 
"Family Money Management,''^ 
available at $2.00 a copy. The u>ook 
is a complete planning guide with 
details to beip families attain fi- 
nancial goals. 

Officials of First & Merchants 
who will be guiding Uie program 
say that there has been a great 
deal of interest and need for help 
by the public on this subject. It 
was .pointed oi^t that current rela- 
tively high incflmcs, often from 
multiple wa^ earners in a family, 
have created an afiiluent society 
but with paradoxically "well-to-do" 
needy people. The bank fias noted 
that more and more families of • 
substantial income are asking for 
financial help. Money problems 
are sliced out to be increasingly 
apparent in families in the mkklle 
to upper iocoipe bradcets. 

Another factor increasing the 



need. for better financial planning 
has been the increasing rise in 
per-i'amily earnings. Statistics 
frcm the McGraw-Hill Economics 
Department show that the average 
Virginia family will earn over $80,- 
000 during the next ten years. 
First & Merciiants program points 
out the need for proper planning 
in the management of this money 
so that there will be something to 
show lor its use over years. 

First & Merchants announced to 
the public one year ago that it 
was basing its services to pro- 
vide a "better life" for its custo- 
mers. Gordon stated that the new 
Family Money Management pro- 
gram is part of the bank's long- 
range approach to help provide 
better living. 

The Money Management section 
of the bock being dfered by the 
bank is keyed to help a family an- 
alyze cxipcnditures and put act- 
ual spending habits in a clear per- 
spective. It explains how to set 
up and use a "reserve fund'' to 
accumulate money needed for 
large expenses like insurance 
premiums, taxes, medical bills, 
long range improvements. It sup- 
plies all the (orms necessary to 
set up shnple procedures for prop- 
er management of family finances, 
it advises on the proper use of 
cheekily and savings accounts and 
credit obligations. 

Other sectiuns of the book pro- 
vide help in keeiping comprehens- 
ive, persanal records, family as- 
J^ ai)^ liabijjti^, aijidate for 
proper tax accounting. 




MRS. J. T. GUPTON. Jr., and daughter. Betty Anne, of the Pr^- 
cen Ame County Charter ot p.A.R. watch Mayor Frank A. DmA 
as he sigmi the fmntttutknial Week ProcUunatton. Mrs. Gupton is 
CoiKCtiitlonal chahman of (he Chapter. (pMo hy Cassandra) 




in the situatkin before we. the 
audience, g«, there, This play is 
no exception. One of the lemiing 
characters opens this show talk ng 
with the minister, "flieir conversa- 
tion explains,jnachN^the future 
action and Wot. but ^e"9%at not- 
jority of th^ discourse is lost be- 
cau53 of inexcusable mugging of 
Paul Iddings • as the Brewstw 
brother who thinks he is Teddy 
Roosevelt. 

The audience laughs so loudly 
and so long at Wdings very amus- 
ing antics on the sofa that the 
rest d the actwn is entirely lost. 
This reviewer is droroughly fa- 
miliar with the plot and had no 
trouble, but some of the audence 
must have wondered. We quarrel 
strongly with such hi-^nks, and 
feel that such scene-stealing should 
have been left wit by director Mc- 
Farland and Iddings. Otherwise 
McFarlai^ created a beautiful, 
nicely-ipaced comedy that defies 
superlatives. 

The plot revolves around two 
seemingly sweet oW spinsters liv- 
ing in an oW house in Brooklyn 
and far in the past. The care for 
their harmless but insane brother, 
Teddy, who dresses and acts like 
Teddy Roosevelt and even digs 
locks for the Panama Canal in the 
bsaenjent. The younger brother, 
Mortimer, drama critk; for a New 
York newsspaper who has recently 
become engaged to the ministCi's 
daughter, tiiddenly discovers that 
his sweet ol daunties have certain 
pecularities also. 

Hwy "help out" oH and tonely 
men by .poisoning them with a con- 
conction concealed in elderberry 
wine. Tlien Teddy, thinking they 
are yelkw fever victims bunas 
them in the basement. 

iRtjD this madness the oth?r 
brother, Jonathan, recently e.-x;apcd 
from a horpltal for the criminally 
insane, enters with his alcoholic 
companion, Dr. Einstein, a plastic 
surgeon. From that point forwoid 
there is never a dull nxHnent and 
there are several excellent mo- 
ments in which the entire cast 
must share the credit. 

Claudine Iddlr^ end Carolee Sil- 
cox . are mag.iif icent as the two 
spinsters, spinning their "chari- 
taWe web" to the dehgbt of every- 
one. Paul ItWings, as Teddy, could 
not be better. He is Terry in every 
way, and his — "CHARGE" — 
everytime he races up the steps 
should resound in the audiences' 
memories for a king while to come. 
Bailey Davis, as Mortimer, tiw 
only sane Brewi,'ler. is a fine fuH 
for all the '"mad Brcwsters," as 
well as for his girl friend Elaine, 
who learned about life "in the choir 
loft." Sar.dra McCIurg, as Elaine, 
is her usual effervescent seH and 
most enjoycbfe. 

The real acting laure's ui Uiis 
one however muit go to Frai'.k 
Staroba as Jch.tathan. His "Boris 
Karlclf" characterization is a joy 
to behold. The mad lock in his eye 
is bound to chill the bkx)d (rf au- 
diences. His assistant, Dr. Ein- 
stein, is ably played by Ron Reid, 
who presents a nl'.cly consistent 
performance. 

Roby Brown turns in another in 
his growing list of accomplished 
performances as O'Hara, the not 
tco bright Iri'h cop who would 
much prefer beiiig a jrfaywri^. 

Sydney Temple, as the minister 
is moit cplTvincin^. Another nice~ 
role is turned in by DonaM Ball, 
as Mr. Wilherspoon, superintendent 
of Happy Drie Sanitorium. George 
Crew as lA. Rooncy and Paul 
Christensen as officer Brophy add 
spice to the production. Leroy Mc- 
Farknd is on the stage for about 
OIK minute as .Mr Gibbs. lonely 
old man, and gets laughs as big 
as any in the entire show. 

'Arsenic' Is a good comedy. 
bo."-:i^ty unbelievable and very 
funny arid Wei^ewood does a nice 
job with H. We hope that the cast 
and director will reconsider the 
flrtt five mimites for the sake of 
future audience? and the overaO 
piwbctkMi.— HJX. 

Pla::a V.RD. 
Carnival 

VIRGINIA BEACH-T}» Plaza 
Volunteer Fire Dtpartment, which 
need to raise p.OOO \<x a new am- 
iNilance will bold a carnival Oct. 
i at the Princes; Aime Plaza Shop- 
ping Center parking JoL 

Tile event will feitore pony 
rid;s, miniature games, a bake 
saSe. a cAt wale and other 
amusements. 

Tne big event of the day. a 
water battle with Pre hoses, wiD 
1^ held at 3 p.pi , t>etween nwm- 
oa% cf 0)p cni^any. 

1^ e^e c^nival wfll nm 
" flfa-m. tofpis. 




WORiGMEN frmn the dty have begun carving out a left turn lane at the ciftrance to B'4'diwoMl Gar- 
dens (Lyaoshore IMve and Vb^inia Beach Boulevard) because of the high ri|te <4 aec^fl^ irt tiiat hi- 
tersectkn. Reeves E. Johnson, Chief of (he Bureau of Safety made the anoouDoeiiieBt Tnestfay. (Sun 
photo by IMoore.) 



Personal Mention 



VIRGINIA BE.^\CH - Dr. and 

Mrs. E. Guy Robertson of the 

Mayflower Apartments had as 
their guest last we^ their son. 
Chief Graham P. Robertson, of 
Detriot, Mich^an, who has re- 
tired frcm active service of 25 
years in the United States Navy, 



his last assignment being the Nor- airf his famiiy, they received the 



folk based Subtender, US.S. Ori- 
on. The Chief wears, besides the 
Dolphins, a medal for 7 years 
war patrols in the Pac'fic during 
World War II. As the Robertsons, 
with Chicif Robertson prepared for 
a trjp to Hileah, Florida on bus- 
iness and to visit still another son 



good news that Sergeant Laurie 
p. Robertson serving in the Ma- 
rine Air Corps in the Chu Lai area 
of Viet Nam for 12 months, is on 
his *ay home. He will be stationed 
at .^ndr-ws .\ir Force Base, and 
will make his home in Wa^ii^on, 
D. C. 



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to get. 

Well, maybe. 

Here at Mutual Federal, though, we're making first mortgage 
loans on selected, improved property just like we did in 1965 
... or 1949 ... or 1889. We have, as a matter of fact, millions 
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Virginia B«ach SUN, Thursday, September 22, 1966 



Oultook Bleak For Cox 



JVOM^Ii^ BSAOH-nie mrtlook 
# BMr IMwiff «d Ms Ok 
Hih Scbeoi Ftkaaki bleak this 
jgv. k tibefa* Muon flfcaer 

Elcyiide the fUcoas lookad 
Bot fteense of thdr 
, faitt becKise of Biy- 



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GUI does. hoMMT. have aopne 
0aimtl^ retawM is tadde 
il^ a fl age r Md end Cartoo 
mfi^ Wwcanwrn that mi^ 
hl^ ^ kttaraieo Oaag inside 
Mk Wiqfiie Weireh, quarter- 
Ntok Raadasao and eod Ken 




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fie MeoQs are wtak m the 
§md dnartment uid lade asy 
fttiBad bckers. 

iMt ycK' GoK scored the sec- 
oMi kweat amoum oi points last 
aaaoB. Oi^ K^an scored fewer. 

ihi <3{ieniag of First Ookmial 
Scfaed and the changes in 
has hint Coac's hopes of 
liavtpg a wsming season. lUs 
weiikead. Cox will pl^r host to 
NoriiiM. 

Otttr games invoWii^ \^rginia 

m». iBdnde: 3fM. of 

, it IMon- Ken|is?IOe: 

IpBial at Suffo&; and 

at Princes^ Anne. 

ingfing thehr &at two 

m the road, the KeBam 

Kni^ fw^all squad will 

On tfaor home fidd tcm^t 

the OonttiodOFes of Uniry 





imCE HJT«ELL. the KeBam KnigMa qoarieriMck makes a fata 
teiag the Nwvlew game. (Wioto by C. R. Becker) 



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Ite Koigbts' home (fiener wiQ 
at 7:30. fte KeOam Hi^ 
Bttid and Fredsian 
tlMim wiD preaeitt pr»flame 
aikaX thne shews (o add cobr 
to tin eridiroo battle. 



lUiratcrJbottian tea halve been 
tfae KeUam squad since 
Oaldivcfi was named 
ooiek Isle ia ugust. Caldwci is a 
reylttei area coach and is knowi 
to IJAAag fast moving, hard fait- 
teains. 




^ br Uie &u^ have not pliQF- 
ed CMdweU's brand of football. In 
tiw taason apeoa against Oscar 



Smith. Kellam heU Smith to a 7-7 
tie until tfae third quarter but kst 
in tha final tal^ lB-7. 

Last FtidiQr nigbt the Kni^ts 
laadeapow dxywing against Not- 
^eH and were <wa^ out 384. 
nia ckant Kdbm came to scoi^ 
ing against ti» Pilots was a drive 
whidi ran out (^ steam at tfae 24 
yard line in the tjtiird quarto:. 

Coach CaUwdl. vbo was reach- 
ed for comnent saU be was dis- 
appunted, not in tite team as a 
whole, but in iodii^duals viM have 
made uoneoessary orors in the 
opening two games. 

"Tlie boys are inconsist«»t. We 
have the material and the potent- 
ial for ft tou^ squad. All I can 
say is that we ought to be winning 
and we will be before the season 
is over," said Caldwell. 

Kdlam has relied heavily <m 
Mike FUtr^. sogiiamoTe, as 



quarterback. Bd) Venner and Joe 
ScripUire also play at the quarter- 
back positi<Hi. 

CaWwdl praised the efforts of 
David Pace, guard and lineback- 
V and sini^ed him out as the boy 
(Hitting out the mosi effort so far 
this season. 

Kellam has (Mdy four home 
games this year. In adttition to 
Maury, they will meet Warwick, 
Great Bri^, and Cox at home. 

Kellam's home opener against 
Mffiiry tomorrow ni^t was origi- 
nally scheduled ior Saturday night 
but was mover forward to Thurs- 
day nigirt due to a schedulii^ con- 
flict. 

First Colonial High School wiQ 
play its first "home" game of the 
season Sept. 29 when th^ meet 
Bayside at Princess Anne. The 
g£une had origuially be«i sched- 
uled for Sept. 30. 



Two-Day Tourney 
Coming October 1 

TWO DAY TOimNEY COMING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Sev- 
enth Annual Two<fa^ Salt Water 
Filing Toumameflt wiB be beU 
in Virginia Beach Borough from 6 
a.m. Oct. 1 to 6 p.m. Oct. 2. 

The tourney is sponswed l>v the 
city and presented by the Vir- 
ginia Beach Anglers Chib. The 
v«}t is open to the pii>lic and 
here will be no entrance fee. It 
vill consist of pier and surf fisfa- 
1% only ib'om Camp PoxBeton, to 
n. Story. 

Entrants may roister at either 
'shing pier or may register with 
1 "roving marshaU" who will be 
)n the beach in a jeep both days. 

Trophys will be presented for the 
argest fi^ of each species eadi 
lay. 

The Virginia Beach Anglers 
Gub has also announced the win- 
ners of its first annual six-week 
flounder tournament held in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The weekly winners were: 

First wedc — Harvey Massey, 

orfolk, 9 lbs., ozs. 

Second wedc— David H. Brock, 
Norfolk. 8 lbs. 12 ozs. 

Third week-^io aitrants. 

Fourth Week— Homer L. Tew, 
Virginia Beach, 10 lbs. 8 ozs. 

Fifth week— no entrants. 

Sixth week — Richard Anello, 
Virginia Beach, 7 lbs. 4 ozs. 

Each of the weddy winners won 
a rod and reel, Homer Tew was 
overall winner and was presented 
with $100. 



School Board Hears Reports 



9f Dai^M Band t Seccffldary Sciiool Supervisor st^ed 
V V. CCTTft^Midwit tint "the summer adiooi sesraoiB 

had been sailent and sdf -fuppcHting 
PRINCESS AiNSiO:-^ its ragobtf and ttien asked by member M laj^ 
moithly meetii^ held. '^tetAufJa dt. Roy A. Woods why Oie sta 



Swimming Classes 

VIRGIN^ BE.4CH - Tlie Red 
Cross Senior Life Saving course 
will begin I Thursday, SQ>tember 
29, at 7:30 pjn. in the Cavalier 
pool. Men and women, 18 years 
old and above, who are good 
swimmers and in sound physical 
condition, must pre-register in 
person at the Red Cross office, 
518 19th street. 

Red OcQSs WatCT Safety in- 
structors are volunteers, but a fee 
of ^ will be charged for the use 
d the pool. Make checks payable 
to the Cavalier. 75c will be charg- 
ed for the Red Cross life saving 
book. 

Tills senior life saving course is 
a pre-requisite for anyone wanting 
to take the Water Safety Instruc- 
tors Course which will be offered 
in January. 



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—and have satisfied customers to prove it. 

It's just part of Sinclair's 3Year Heating 

Service Plan to give you reliable and 

constant home heat. Here's how it 

works: if your present oil burner is 

old or obsolete, it may cost us more 

to keep it runningthantogiveyou a new 

burner free. That's not so crazy, is it? 

Here's what you get: 

• New, top-quality residential-type 
oil burner free if your presept burner 
beccfmes defective and beyond repair 

during 3-year perid Ynu pay only for 
nstallation. 

• Year-round burner service plus 
replacement of defective parts, includ- 
ing 275-gallon above-ground tank. 

• AWomatic delivery of Sinclair 
SuperFlame Heating Oil. 



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the Administratkm Boflding Tlie 
Vlrgfaya Beadi Sdnoi Board beard . 
extended reports on tte Summer- 
Programs, Uk f.L »40 propam 

for this winter, with Owens, Su- 
pervisor of Remedial E(hrcation 
discusshig the ftiaiUng of Federal 
Prograns, and tfae offering <tf the 
courses, induding curriouhan and 
equi^iment. 

I^ese reports were from mem- 
bers of Dr. Robot F. "Kelty's com- 
mittee: Ruth Briges, Florence 
Chandler, Josephine C. CSiarles, 
James R. Dardea, Grace Harmon, 
Robert F. Kelly. Patripa Kmg. 
Philip E. Meekins, and Miklred 
Wilson. 

Introduced by Owens, Dr. Kelly 
said that "In our Headstart Pro- 
gram, aimed to introduce the pre- 
schoc^r to., the fundamentals of 
adjustment to the first grade; 
play is the foot in the doorway of 
a youngster's education, his term 
paper." 

He thanked . Shields and Chip- 
pock of the Virginia Beach Rec- 
reation and Physical Education 
Department for ^eir co-operati<Hi 
m the use d jdaygrotaids during 
the scsamet. 

Owens ^so reported that there 
was a 9% increase in £3emen- 
tary pupil oirolknent over last 
year and discussed the phenomenal 
success of the Union Ken^sville 
Remedial Readng Progran this 
summn*. 

Later in the meeting, &ickell, 

Servicemen 
In The News 

Seaman Aprrentice William R. 
Beidxnv. USN, son of Captain and 
Mrs. W. E. Benbow of 5249 N. 
Bare dr., has reported for duty at 
the U. S. Naval Amphibious school, 
Little Creek. 



Akman Rickie L. Richards, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Ridiards 
of 2200 Harbor Lane, has been se- 
lected for technical training at 
Lowry AFB, Cok)., as a U. S. Air 
Force aircraft maintenance spec- 
ialist. 



lAnny Naitk»tM Guard Chaplain 
(MajtH-) Johnstone L. Coppock re- 
coitily coR^ieted the fkud two- 
week phase of the Army Reserve 
course at the Army C(»i«naiid and 
Generai Staff CoSege, Fort Leav- 
enworth, Kan. Chaplak Coppodc is 
pastor of Ken^>sville Presbyterian 
Church. 



fcngineman 1/c Tommy L. 
Burns, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Roy L. &]ms of 218 B Matt Lane, 
arrived in Vietnam June 25 and 
is serving with Tadc Force 116, 
the U. S. Navy's River Patrol 
Force, in South Vietnam. 



tistkd sheet flowed "a greato- 
wtttiaet of boys than girls in at- 
taidaDce," Brickell asked, "Isn't 
that usu^^y the case?" 



with a resokitkm by S^)aicer D>tt 
that the dty make every effort 
to obtain a Regional Conanunity 
College, a U-eod which is sweeping 
the country. 



Patricia King, assisted by Harry 
Blair and Joy Wainwright was giv- 
en an accolade by Ow«b and 
Kelly as an introduction to her dis- 
cusskm on the Headstart Program 
this Summer, which she stated 
had "started with 449 childrai, S5 
dropped out, 34 would be unable 
to return, due to tests, which de- 
tomined retardation, deafness, 
extremely low I Q's,' etc., but we 
anticipate 'the enrolknait of 308 
returnees." 



PERSONALS 

Leonaid J. Deal, engineering 
^udent at AdlMrn Unh^sity in 
Alabuna, rai&ed In the upper 
five pw cent of his classes on 
overifi pade poirt average during 
the sunm^ quarter and has been 
named to the dean's list. 



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Dr. Woods askad if standard 
tests had beoi used, and fte hes- 
itant answer was 'No, we're using 
aw ^)ecial testmg system." 

Miss King stressed phonics, slight 
words, SRA KITS, McCall's 
Crafts, etc., as visual education 
aids and stated that a cultural pro- 
gram of art and music had its 
part in developing t^ie cultural side 
of a preschooler. 

Miss Waiwright said that 15 
classes had been held this sam- 
mer. Each was of 8 weeks dura- 
tion and that there had been 15 
paid teachers and aides assisted 
by volunteers in the 8 weeks sess- 
ion. Breakfast, outdoor activity, 
midmorning snack and rest per- 
iod were the order of the day. 
Stressing field trips. Miss PressoB 
mentioned zoo trips, parks. Art 
Galleries and dairy. 

Miss Ann Davis, Teacher-in-«er- 
vice Training of the Educational 
Media gave an extended rep<»t on 
the new Teaching Material Ceirter, 
and In-Service Workshq) which 
will employ 54 people, including 
two reading diagnosticians. M(Aile 
Clinics with RoHedial Reading 
and Speech Therapy Materials are 
planned; and according to Owens, 
there wiQ be two large buildings 
in operation. These are in con- 
struction. 

'Miss Davis showed an architect- 
ural chart of the new edifice. An 
hour long ^ries of slides depicting 
the. childrai's activities this sum- 
mer were shown. 

In other business the Board 
heard vestryirian Keeley of Old 
Donation Ch\UTch ask for an ex- 
tension of the time before beginn- 
ing the Old Donation School con- 
struction siflce the church is in the 
throes of restoration. Chadrman 
Buffington moved for this extens- 
kui. 

/Mrs. Margie Reynolds and her 
R^-A. delegation from the over- 
crowded Princess Anne Plaza area ' 
wei^ recognized. 

The ladies spcJte of the incon- 
venienoe of their children chang- 
ing schools and asked that the 
new planned schools, hi^ schools 
and elementary, be started im- 
mediately. Superintaident Cox 
said, succinctly, "The School 
board is not responsible for the 
population explosion, but we are 
doing aH we can to expediate the 
building of these necessary edi- 
fices." 

file hour long nKetii^ ended 




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Chief Boatswain's Mate Twni C. 
M. Bowden. USOG. son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. H. Bowdai of 3724 
Surry Road, is a member <d a 
newly organized, specially trained 
U. S. Coast Guard explosives han- 
dling team serving with the U.S. 
.\rmy in Vietnam. 



Marine Sa-geant Robert L. Far- 
mer, son of Mrs. Margarat E. 
Martin of Beach Blvd., is serving 
as a member of the ground de- 
fense force at the Guantanamo 
Bay U. S. Naval Base. 



Anny Privates John S. Beamon 
and Cteence B. Kni^t. A. fired 
expert with the M-14 riik near 
ooiKpletion of Oieir basic combat ' 
trairing ai Fort Jackson, S. C. ! 
Beamwj is the son of Mr. and Mrs. j 
Wiiliam S. Beamoo, Jr., 1M7 Hue- 1 
bjd Drive; Kn^'s parents Iwe at 
1838 Kotqsv^ Road 



Airman William J. Davkbon, 
ySN, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 

- d F Div.dson of 628 Milhim 
, ^s .joni. leted the Avia- 
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Xm aiitabctfi Pitiman Kouri. 
^^U^ $c Mr. and Mrs. Ahert 
Kourirtm Crjfstal Lsks Drive, 
has reyjtetd lor the fall senes- 
ter at Peace C^Uege. Raki^, H. 
C l£ss Kowi is presidKt of Uk 



Peace Stwlem Goverm^ Assod- 
atkm, whkh. wiflj sflmwal cf &e 
Aiaiiffistration, is greatly respon- 
sfcle fcff the oriaitation activitits. 
Also from Virgiflia Beach are Miss 
Jane R. Walkeri dat^^rter of Dr. 
«Ml Mrs. M. Bagley Walker; and 
^s Linda Darrell Walkfer. daugh- 
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VmaiNIA BEACH - With the 
amount of construction being "Sone 
31 the resort city, it woidd seem 
that money is not *as t^ as 
was expecte<l. 

Many new d^As are now uiufer 
construction or are bdag {damied 
for inunediate censlnidiiHi- One 



such plan is the n«w I7.5 million 
additi<«j to Penibroke Mall-'Pe«n- 
brcke East. The plans for this new 
developmeiA at Pen^tx^e were 
announced recently. 

The Princess Anne Telephone 
Co. is Iwikkng a new storage area 
and building on Indian River Road 



at PiBigo. That has been planned 
for some time. 

AutoimobUe dealers are moving 
from the beach borough to other 
parts of the cities and laying out 
large s.Hns of money f<n- new 
showroonos. Amo:^ those hivolved 
ih the exodus are Emrhae F<Mtl. 



R4C Chevrolet. MarshalHtoyaJl 
Dodge. 

Private business does not have 
the buildii^ market sewed op. The 
Federal ijjvemment is doing 
quite a large amcmnt of construct- 

Oceana Naval Air Station, the 



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v/hal'is 
the ddmitioii of 
aprivate brand? 

To some people, it is a retailer's own brand created 
with selling price first in importance arid quality second. 

Tcfus at A&P, it's the opposite. 

Quality comes first. 

Value. . .the best for the least is the rule for our private brands. 

If this wasn't true, how foolish we'd be to invest, as wfe have, 

literally millions of dollars . 

in processing plants and testing laboratories. 

If all we wanted were products we could sell cheaply 
without quality control, anybody could produce them for us. 

The idea of quality private brands isn't new at A&P. 
As a matter of fact, it's one of our oldest policies- 
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ca-t coast's most strat^ic naval 
air faci'tv. is currekly eisns!^ 
ing its facilities with a building 
prtgram of over five mllbn dot 
lars underway. 
The program kicludes a n^w air- 
craft maintenance iumgar, an ad- 
ditional enlisted man's barracks, 
and other support faciliti^ lot the 
almost five Uiousami men who 
work at the ba.'se. 

Indicative of ike spiraling im- 
portance of the Virginia Beach 
baso is the new hangar, being 
buiit by the Sscurity Ck)nstruction 
Co. of Richmond. With a design 
that represents the latest advances 
in aviation structures, the $3,100,- 
000 building will consolidate the 
miaintenance divisions into <sie 



^oecal arm wfaBe k aids la ti» 
fast oiisi^ilai d the ovvaJi 
mdnteaancs ^ci^artuent. 

The addition U fadiUes lor flie 
service of aircraft, towewr. is 
otiy one facet of Ute overafl con* 
striKr^cn going on at 1^ madet 
jet base. To houa* the aircraft 
sup]>ort personnd in a better taA- 
ion. the station is conatnK^iqf' a 
new barracks ace:»-ding to the kt' 
est plans for Navy B&nvcls coa* 
strucUcci. 

Saveral beach businessmen are 
of the opinion that money is not 
tight^' They fed that the sources 
of revenue are uni'mited. Tney all 
added one tnihg, however. The in- 
terest rates are so high that no- 
body wants to pay them. 




AS WE LOOK DOWN FROM ATOP "MOUNT PEMBROKE" we 
see the vacant area tiw wfllbe Peisibroke Earf. The $7.5 miiuon 
addition to Pembroke Mall will house at least one major depart- 
ment store and about 15 other retail stores. Work is scheduled to 
begin in October. (Sun photo by Moore) 




WORK HAS BEGUN «i the new King's Department Store at 
London Bridge. The bulldozer in the background Is levdta« m1 
packing the ground in preparation to pouring the concffte Omt 
and fouadatkms. (Sun photo by Moore) 




THIS WILL BE the Emrhae Ford section of the antanoUk ceatCT 
betaig bB:!t on Vbginia Beach Boulevard where Carey Fidd wat 
located. Another automobile dealer to locate aA ihe mnrel site wfll be 
R-K Chevrolet. Several others are expected to also sign leases for 
new car showrooms. (Sun photo by Moore) 




THIS NEW Krbpy Kreme dooghaat and coffee shop is sdw^Jed 
for eoBHtlHion and opening Bora. Work has been in progress several 
mooths. the new buslaew wiH be kwated across the ^eet bmon the 
Aragima Sioppfa^ C»ter «b Vb^faiia Beach Bovlrvard. (Sh 
phfito by .Moore). 




THIS NEW ^iOHlUMMI far Tkmmfam-Wvti 1H^ 
ematneUi m Virfinia Gmgk MiiKw4 next ta tte 
Feed dare. TUs is more rrttmet flMi lA tiK 
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TBBV MADE IT! B tank a year rf hapi^ titmt for the 5Ui and 6Ui grade juniors of the Lynnhaven 
niij IMM Ctech Soday whaM dan to cmnplete their scale model of the biblical city. Ambn^ 
Oe cUhca i^ created the iniriatiiic people, buSdliVs, furnkhings, and foodb.tuffs were Allen Ander- 
■M^ Btaraee Hadfes. Garlaad U^toa. Bobby MTdgett, Michael Noe, Skipper Scribner, Elmer i^nith, 
Gnfg Weber, Rmfy W^de, Beverly Cocknum. Charlene Alb^. Carolj'a Haase, Shiriey Hattan, Joaime 
Lya Li^toa. Jaaet Lawmaa, Dale Meltoa, BccIp' MorreU. Donna Reiliy, Lyn ReiUy, Sandy 
Lin ainrt, DehUe Sykes, Roanle Myers Gregg Trice, David Kelfaiger, Wayne Tankerisely; 
i iH» laafc ■■ Mflve part bat were not rnembers of the dass were Sandy Mhierd, Bill 8ritt(». 
ba^ DavM AEaw Staatoa; aad chlldr«n of Mrs. Hodgins— James Jr., David and Lisa Mary 
(phal* by Eric 0. Aaderaoa) 

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SS Class Builds City 




By DMOS PADRIOC 

Women's Ed^N- 

there wasn't enou^ time on 
^Kiays for the Stfa and eth grade 
JDHKV of L^u^v«i Colony 
U^ C3sirdi to cotnpiete their 
tskr ioterertng Sunday Schod 
teams. So' they came after school; 
they u^ hoars of their vacation 
tjooe. Ibqr rnwd milk and t^ 
castons, s^rrofoam p»dang, straws 
and piqisicle s&Jes; they searched 
lor fisk sacks, beavetboard, Ule, 
MarfKBt^. atom tops, florist 
U^ tenanated paper. They used 
ttafr ttee, thdr materials, and 
#ilr evee hiquiiiBg minds . . and 
they butt a city! 

Tkey heard d>but the city; Aey 
has itudied alwut the city, but im- 
•tB they boih the city thansdves. 
it tad been just, another Sun^y 
SdxxA . kssta. How the a^dcat 
c^ fli JiNliiMi Vms. For dMf 
ntade ft oome alive 1^ thdr own 
creatirity and ever^vailable help 
of their deviled teaches. 

Un. Jamas M. Bai^as, Sr. 
was ia dnige d tiie. activHy part 
of 0ie Sunlay leipons while Mrs. 
Ga»ge J. Seak {absented the 



stories. To stimulate interest in the 
ancieflt city th^ were studying, 
Mrs. Hudgins had the children 
paint the scenery of the hUls, and 
that became the beginning of a 
ytts-Uxtg projed. 

Having made doU furniture for 
her own Httle girls and having 
woodworking twls in her hwne, 
Mrs. Hudgins was faiwliar with 
buiklbig according to scale. But 
she iiad no particular plan r^ard- 
ing their ntodel of Jerusalem. The 
city just "kind of grew" from the 
accumulation of ideas of the en- 
tire das.*! and their friends. Thtkigh 
each £tep in the creation of the 
seale modal of Jerusalem was not 
pre-iplanned in ddafl, the various 
phases bewune a joint effort with 
research for authenticity of cos- 
tume, buildings, foods etc. before 
the work waa tefin. 

And sections of the city would 
be made by groups meeting and 
working togetha- in the Hedgins 
tone. Scmetimes they would be 
makii^ the clothes pin figures of 
the peo|rfe and while one might be 
painting faces, others would be 
dressing the doMs in the stretdied 



crepe paper. Or if they were mak- 
ing the toadstuffs, some would be 
maiding the fraits, vegetables, 
fiiih and chickens from playdough 
while others would be painting the 
right colors, adding the florist 
tapes, or shellacking the finished 
miniatures. 

While much of the preliminary 
work would be done by Mrs. Hud- 
gins to save time, all the people, 
landscape, buildings and furnish- 
ings were actually made by the 
childi'tn. 

Not only did interest remain 
high duriz^ the construction of 
the model city, but the work the 
children were doing stimulated 
other members of the diurch and 
friends who belonged to different 
churches to .have a clearer under- 
standing of biblical times and to 
make them afware of the fascinat- 
ing etudes that can be found in a 
simple Sunday School lesson. 

The finisRed table tot mode! is 
over six feet wide, and is authent- 
ic almost to the smallest detail. 
Plans are ta have a plastic bubble 
top over the city so that it may be 
displayed to the general public 
in the near future. 



Vakos Attends 
Court Conf. 

ATLANTA, GA-Judge George 
W. Vako3, of the Vii^ginia Beach 
Municipal Court, attended the 
twentieth annual Southern Reg- 
ional Traffic Court Conference at 
Emory University School of Law 
here last week. This CmfdieBce 
'vas held in co-oneration with the 
\m?rican Bar A=sociat'on Trirffic 
"o'lrt Program and the Traffic In- 

■;tut; of N3rt*iW€Stem UnBver.«ty. 

T'-t Confc-ene is ana of five 
r;gi-n3l scssiirs he!d annuallv at 
'"s:! io law =ch»'s in the nation. 
lob3rt L Don'gan. Evanston. 111., 
's ciunsr! for the Traffic Institute 

' Northwestern University. 

Jfemc- P. Economos. d'r'-ctor o' 
the AH\ Traffic Court Program, 
faid the regional traffic court con- 
'erences are d?r?ned to help 
traffic court o'ific'als and others 
'^arn more about imoroved court 
irrcedures. He ipointed out that 
other major goals of the confer- 
ences include fostering citizens de- 
sire for better traffic courts, mold- 
ing public attitude cf respect for 
law, and upgradirg traffic courts 
in accordance with national stand- 
ards. 

Certificates of participation were 
awarded to conferees on Septem- 
ber 16 bv Ben F. Johnson, dean of 
R.nory University School of Law. 

Expressway 

(Continued From Page lA) 

we will continue to move will de- 
pend on the winter weather." "K 
all goes weH, we should be 50 per 
c?nt completed by Christmas," be 
added 

Orange said the toll commissiOT 
has had many inquiries into a 
rumor that tolls for the Express- 
way would be raised from $.25 to 
$.35. "Such a toIJ increase is not 
the ease," Orange said. "The toll 
v.ill remain $.25 for all (wo-axle 
vehicles," he pointed out. A three- 
axle truck will pay $.30, a four- 
axJe trudc wouJd pay $.40 and a 
five-axJe truck wouldpay $.50. 

Orange noted that prices of Ae 
rantps wiH not be dianged dther. 
They will remain $.10 % each 
two-axle vehide with a $.05 charge 
for each additional axle. 

The Expressway, ecpected to re- 
lieve mudi of the congestion on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard is ex.- 
9e<^ to be ooratitrted in Decem- 
ber of 1967. 

Orange sad be wes pleased to 
note that traffic at the intersectiMi 
of Virgiria Beach Boulevard ami 
Lasfcin Road was not as ccmgesied 
as expeded. He pointed out there 
was little traffic tie-up at any one 
given point abng the entire ctnv 
stnidwn route. 



Harmony 



(ContkMied Prom Page lA) 

flon, a« wdl as frcm the.£u;:port- 
ers of the successful candidates in 
the July primary, Harry F. Byrd, 
Jr.. and WiHiam B. Sjaimg. Jr. 

AD factions cf the party were 
r^jresented ill the unity attempt 
by Democratic leaders. 

The formation of an additional 
corraittee was announced Wednes- 
day by McChesney and FentrMS. 
Joe Canada and Rrbart M. 'Bob) 
Stanton were n^'med r.^^W-^^'- 
of the CaTipaign Mato-ials Com- 
mittee. Additional menri)ers of 
that committee will be nsTied at 
a later date, according to Md^hes- 
ney. 

Two additio.nal members have 
b3ei added to the Dinner and 
"reakars Corrnmittee. They are 
Owen Pickett and Kenneth White- 
hur^l, Jr. - 

All fojr persons whose names 
were announced Wednesday have 
£ijreed to serve on the rei'pective 
comi-rittees, according to Fentress 
and McChesney. 

A published report in a Nor- 
folk newspaper stated that three 
appointees were "unhappy about 
not being consjlted in advance". 
The same report went on to say 
that "whether they will serve 
setcns debatable". The report was 
published a short time after the 
committees were announced a 
week ago. 

The three appointees mentioned 
were Cornelius Scully, wiio was 
one of Boothe's co-campaign man- 
agers, Victor Ashe and V. A. 
Etheridge. 

"I have not been informed to 
thij time that they will not serve 
on the committees to vMdh they 
were appointed, therefore I as- 
sume they will serve", said Mc- 
Chesney Wednesday. 

McChesney added that since 
they had all worked in the prima- 
ry campaigns hfe thou^t they 
would like to be active in the No- 
vanber campaign as Democrats. 



Murder 



(CovUnued From Page lA) 

strangulation, according to a 
medical exiamlner's re^rt. A silk 
stodcing was found around her 
neck. She had also been sexually 
assaulted. 

Mrs. Babcock was a native of 
Princess Anne County and lived 
in the Virginia Beach area all her 
life. 

Virginia Beach Police Chief, 
James E. Moore said Wednesday, 
"We have several leads, and all 
of them are being followed up." 

Lt. Davis was unavailable for 
comment. "According to a spokes- 
man in his office, he "is still cut 
on the investigatbn". , 




DORA MA^^IALL SHORT, Lowrence Mednick, Ja net McLamn Krlner and Ronald MardiaU, director 
prepare for another season of chamber music. Photo by Lonls Jatfe) (See Story Page 5B) 



City Council Faces 
Short Meeting Mon. 



VIRGINIA BE.^CH - Virginia 
Beach Cty Council is expected to 
face a light docket at it-, secjnd 
meeting of the month Mondny 
.Morning. 

A very few zoning changes will 
be voted on and several money 
matters will *ome up. 

In addition to this will be the 
City Managers's re-'ort and the 
City Attorney's report. 



Personals 



Kenneth H. Niel, son nf Mr. and 
Mrs. Roy Nid, mi Rothesay Rd., 
has enrolled at Perkiomffli sclwol, 
Penn jurg, Pa., beginning with 
the fall term. Perkinmen School 
is a college preparatory boarding 
scliool fo.- boys in grades nine 
through twelve. 

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.^mcng the students from Vir- 
ginia Beach registering at Mary 
Wariinigton College cf the Uni- 
versity of Virginia are Sandra Sue 
\iistin, Margaret Pnilomena Bli- 
ley, Linda Joyce Bc.iiander, Ann 
Bowie, Elizabeth Jane Childress, 
Olney Elizabeth Face. C^imle H"" 




THIS CRANE IS DRIVING foundatkm posts for the new hanger 
being constructed at Oceana Naval Air Statkm. (U. S. Navy Photo) 



Hutchins, Shirley Anne Jones, 
Ciieryl Kay Kaetzd, Nan Pierce 
Klrkpatridc, Loren Kinder Lawler, 
Katherine Lou Manning, Shelia 
Ann Reddy, Brenda Leigh Stakes, 
Carolyn Elizabeth Wojdruff, a.nd 
Sharon Gail Wr^ht. 

• LEGAL NOTICES 

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Taki: notice that on October 10, 

1953 at 10:00 A.M. at Holt Buick, 
Inc., 4950 Vii-ginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Va., we diall ex- 
pose to sale, one 1964^ Buick, serial 
number 6^S0033S4 seized and re- 
possessed from Frank A. Wright, 
538 Rose Marie Avenue, Virginia 
Bea'C^h, Virginia, by virtue of the 
breach of a certain Conditional 
Sales Contract dated June 26, 1665, 
in pursuance cf the Uniform Sales 
Act of Virginia. Terms— Ca^. 

> Holt Buick, Inc. 

■■ 21st & Pacific Ave. 

Virginia Beach. Va, 
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Too Late to Classify 

Solid Black Female Scottie - 8 
moiths old. First Colonial School 
area. Red collar. ' HeWard. Call 
428-6004. 

922 TFN 

1954 Volkswagon — 1500 S. Vai?lant 
stadonwagon. 16,000 actual milra. 
Sacrifice. $1,375.00. 429^790. 

922 cr 

m »i » » 

^avalier Park — 3 bedrooms, den, 
dinieig rocm, large living room, 
kitchen, utility room. Lot — 150 
by 200. Call 428^658. 

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KOIS. MABEL TWIFORD fei her instmctiai rmmi Urttli die to<^ of 
her trade — aewiiig machfaie, scissors, t^ie . measore, fiiiis. She 
wUI teadi you how to use them aH in the profesriooid BIdtop Metiiod 
•I dresanaUng. 



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VIRGIN!/! 0^ACH 

(Copyricht, 1966 — Dorii Psdrlcki 



"irvfe sewed for people all my life; now I want to teadi tii«m how 
to s£iw for themselves" says Mrs. Mabel BJ. Twifortl as she sat at her 
little portable sewing madiine in her soon to be opiesed sewing instruc- 
tion shop in the lower tebby of the Cavalier hotel. 

Curly white hair shining and bright eyes twinkling, Mrs. Twiford 
is as excited "as a teeoager" at the chsdl^ige of her new venture. 

"Cu-tonMnade cbtldng is 'in' now as it was back whm I was a 
youngster. For a long whiie readymadc ctothing was more fashion- 
able, but now more and more women are discovering that making 
their own dothing gives Hiem better fit, more ^yle, and a very satis- 
fied fedin^ of having created their own wardrobe." 

Mabel Twiford's s^U with the needle is weH'fcnown Oiroughout 
Tidewater and all over the coutrtry as ^e has made fashionable out- 
fits for the famous as weH as the unknown. 

Barely out of her teenij, 'Iwtck when going to Ne\v York was 
thought df as going to the en^ of the earth," she began to make 
her mark in the fallen center, .^rmed -i»r|th tetters of Ihtroduction 
from Arthur Morris of Norfolk with whom she had worked, she was 
hired ri^ away and was associated with many ol \hs fasiilon greats 
and spent 15 years working in New York for aich top desLgnerj a: 
IHattie Carnegie and Bon Wit and others. 

She ciwne hack to Norfolk, and had a very aiccessful drsssmakir; 
business with her sjister Elfie Edwards (now Mrs. Richard Ginler) fo 
more than 20 years operating as "Twiford and Ed!wai:dl8, Designing 
aid Dressmaking." 

In the meantime she had married, had two diiMren and b3cam< 
widowed. Sae retired a few yeari back and had looked forward t 
"not having to get up so early," but she foon found thet boring. Mabe 
wa„ head of a beby^tting agency for a while wh!(^ she 9o!d and then 
she^did a lot of traveling. Site wintered in Ftoridla and summered at 
Cape Cod. 

'Qut it stiiH wMB't enough. On the suggestion of a friend, she de- 
cided to go back to her first tove, bUf with a dWfereht approach. 

"Sfiwii.g is not difficult." she enrphasizes, "VMk it must be done in 
a profvSsicn;i! way to have satisfactoty results." So that her years of 
experier.ice ai^i kn<>wled|;e is not wasted, she will teach those in- 
tere ted m havirg wellma.^ie clcthing "hovt» to make their own." 

Many ladies wou'd lit to sew for themselves, Mabel knofws, but 
they try to "get it done ire a hurry" and the remits have a hwne-made 
Ixk injtead of the professional look and they become discouraged. 

She will teach the '^Bishop Method" which is easy as well as pro- 
feijiond. The basic ingredient in all professional-teoka^ sewing is the 
proper selection of fabric for the pattern and filtii^ the pattern to the 
figure before sawing. "This is the part so many antateurs nrgtect," 
she said. She a^ wants all prospective home sewers to know it is 
not expensive to make your own clothing. "AH you need is a sewing 
miachire, pms, and an iron." She emphasizes that the iron is mast im- 
portant as "pressing as you go assures a better fit." 

iMabel is raw taking registrations for her first clas-es which will 
begin on CWtober 3. She may be reached by caJHng at her home at 
425-8286, or at her studio in the Cavalier, 428-60M. There will be daytime 
and ni^time dassra, and each students will receive individual-type 
instructiffli. '' 

Only one sewing machine is in her instruction room, and Mabel 
will be the one using it. She will demonstrate al! the phases of pro- 
fes^onal sewing to her studerts, then the students will do thdr own 
sewing in the quiet of their own homes. 

iMabel couldn't stay retii«i. She has too mudi interest in the 
world around her and in all the "big happenings in Vii^ginia Beach." 
She has got to be a part of it... 

iNot only are he^ many friends happy that she has dedded to stgy 
and teach tiiem how to sew the "profes=ion«rt way," but her daughter 
and son and grandchildren are deW^ted, Her daughter is Mrs. R. 
Milton Warren who lives in Alairton, and her son is Ehvood Bortc;. 
Twfi'ord, who has a busines in Wa^ington, D. C. She has seven 
grandchJdren. 

And the happiest person of a?l is Mabel herself. She figures she "has 
a few good years left" and she is giving them to all vvto are bterested 
in learring to make their own wardrobe the !»t>fe3Slonal way. All ages 
are faivited to meet Msbel in h*r instruction ^udto. You wiD be ^ad 
ycu d'd . . . 

Eagles Set Up Scholarships 



ChiMren of fulkime policemen 
or firemen, who are Eagle mam- 
bers, kiDed to line rf duty wiH 
have a <»U%e scholarship gum-an- 
teed them by the Fraternal Orfisr 
of Ea^. 

The Eagles unanimously psssed 
a resdutton at the 1986 Interrat- 
ion^ (invention m Ckveiand on 
At^. 3-6 to extend the educational 
akb of its Memorial Foumfation to 
iachide tinse duidren. Roboi N. 
Smitti, Wordiy President of Va. 
Beach Aerie annouKed. 

•nws, titt Eagles, who afreadv 
care fw duU'oi of members kBeS 
in aMary aernce in Wtdd War 
g. Kor^ and Vietnani, wooU as- 
sure simflar ediicattonal benefits 
for youflgiters of its metnbers in 
poHce or fire t^Hog sovKe who 
meet death perkmiiag tbdr du- 
tk*. 

Ibe tateatk poop titakUbtd 



its Menwrtal Fousdatinn in 1944 
from vohmtarv cn^ibutions. Since 
then it ha; msde avaOable more 
than a mfflioo doHars in varimis 
benefits, putting iH^}roximat;^.y 
1.200 chikh-en in cdlege. The Fimd 
is adm!aist«4ng by a board of 
tnistees. 

Eagles action in ^jcp^nding the 
Fund to include chiWren of Eagje 
poHcenwi and flr^^ters is a 
k>0oa^ ^ f(X two reasons, ac- 
o^^Ang to SnMi. 

"Tirst, we recopize these men 
as peiforaiing a service seosid 
(nly to combat aoUiers in potential 
haianB cnoointered," be said. 
"Saxm^, die Ea|^. in its 'Lib- 
erty lAider Law' Program, has 
taken the lead to pranoUsft recog- 
nitkm and soiiport fw d bw en- 
foromeot aod jxidic prutectioi) 



AROUND THE 

-' • 

OLD DOMINION 



Hie Chesapeake City Planning 
Department, und^- the supervis- 
bn of John A RandsU, is in the 
3rocc35 \i developing a correlated 
street numbering system for the 
entire aity. Tae changeover of 
street i^imes, already approved by 
City <&iin^, will be completed by 
January f^st. The new system 
has teen under development since 
the canjolidfttion of Norfolk County 
and South Norfdk three years ago. 
-THE CHESAPEAKE POST 

* * * 

iBidia will be opened in the Nurs- 
ing School building m Nassawadox 
on Octobrer 4 for Uie construction 
]f a completdy new four-story 
hospital building there. The new 
facility is to have a 125 bed ca- 
pacity.-THE EASTEBN SfORE 
NEWS 



The United States Department 
of Interior's National Park Service 
has agreed to clarly its citation to 
a Connectkut law school. The 
original citation cited the school 
as the oldest in the country. Will- 
iam and Mary protested. T^l* new 
citation cites the Connecticut 
school as the oldest one not am- 
nected with a ssctiool or coDege.— 
VIRGINIA GAZETTE 




OlGuV. PtlMlEatWU^ OtMiaS 



Award Given 
To Bemiss 



vmaTNIA HE-ACB-The Virgin- 
ia Beach Innkecipers Association 
presented its annual Robert F. 
Nelson Award last Frkiay night to 
Jtate Soiator Fitzgerald Bemiss of 
Richm3nd, at a closing meeting of 
^he Virginia Travd Council annual 
conference. 

The award was presented at the 
Cavalier by former Virgmia Gov- 
ernor Albertis S. Harrison, Jr., on 
behalf of the Virginia Beach Inn- 
keepers. 

Bemiss was cited for his out- 
standing work as chauman of the 
Virginia Outdoor Recreational 
Study Commission. Harrison prais- 
ed Bemiss as a dedicated Virgin- 
ian. 

The Outdoors Plan, a product of 
the Study Commission, is partly 
responsible for the beach area 
south of Sanibridge being recom- 
mended as a State Park. 



LARC Important 

FT. STORY-The to^portance of 
the LARC V to Army logistics and 
the current corilict in Vietnam ii 
being emphasized at Ft. Sory, 
Va., where three Army Transpor 
tation School sponsored traintog 
fibis on this impressive and v^sa- 
tile 5-ton an^jhibian are currently 
andeiway. Fa. Sory, a majw su- 
bordinate command of Ft. Eustis. 
Va.. is the site of the Army Trans, 
portation Sanooi's ar.,aiJ3ioui 
training activities. 

Tne three training films, each to 
be approximately 20 minutes in 
length, will be used to support the 
instruction of Defense personnel 
worW-wide or the UiRC V's land 
and water charactwistics, its op- 
erational en^pteyment and opera- 
tor's maintenance. Capt. Juan 
Benitea-Torres of Ft. Sixy is the 
technical advisor m all three 
films. 

John Gilmour, a former diredor 
on the Army's TV Kries "The Big 
Pidure" and currently under con- 
tract wife the Amiy Pictorial Ceo- 
ter to New York is directtag the 
LARC V films. His experience 
dates to empteyroent with General 
Electric when ^t canpany per- 
fected jx-odudion tech^|ues fa- 
the first sMiad movie. Ha taoA 
recent "free lance" ^Mjpimfm 
took htoi toto the wikk of BroO 
where be produMd a docunoitary 
fikn for km De|»rtnieitt of State 
aad U. & Air Vteta. 



The new Farmville Municipal 
Airport has received approval 
from the State aviation authorities 
and Eioproval is ex,3ected soon 
frcm the Federal Aviqli-T Agen- 
cy.-F.\RMIVELE HERALD 

• • • 

RandolphMacon College has en- 
rolled its first N^o student in the 
133-year history of the college. The 
junior transfer student is on an 
acsrfemic scholarship.— HERALD- 
PROGMSS 

• • * . 

The Franklfa City School system 
has received notice from the U. S. 
Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare' that it is "not in 
toinpliance" with the department's 
school desegration guidelines. 
School officials were to meet with 
a team from HBW.-TH)EWATER 
NEWS 

• ♦ ♦ 

llie Town Council of Salem has 
approved an <803 annual pay hike 
for the Salem Police Force. Ihe 
new annual starting salary is 
$4,940.— TIMES-KEGISTER ^ 

« * * 

Plans fo centralize Mathews 
County school facilities are under- 
way as recomn)ended by the U. 
S. Department of Health, Educa- 
tion and Welfare and an evalua- 
tion team. A referendum for 
school Ifunds may be set in early 
i967.-GA^TrE>JOURN.U, 



An editorial on the front page of 
aie FRANKLIN NEWS-POST in 
Rocky Mount, Virginia, gave "fair 
warning to the moron who placed 
vhat he thought was a bomb in 
;he window". A caUer told emiploy- 
jes the "bomb" was there. It was 
1 home made "bomb, rigged possi- 

y to start a fire." The editorial 
.ent'on to say. . ."If anyone is 
isen trying anything like Uiat 
again, he will spend the next six 
veeki picking buckshc^t out o( \as> 
oehind.'* 



Utilities Men 
tiere Friday 



V;alaIN'L\ BE.'ICH— Former U. 
S. Postmaster General J. Edward 
Day, will a'i<k'es} the 42nd Hal 
Gapf^rence of the Maryland-Dis 
trid of Columbia Utilities Associ- 
ation to be held on Friday and 
Saturday, September 23 and 24 at 
the Amwicana 'and Cavalier Ho- 
tels, Virginia Beach. 

Day, now Washington partner of 
the Chicago law firm of Sidley, 
Austin, Burgess and Smith, will 
discuss "There's No Such Thing 
as 9 Free Lunch." 

diaries D. Lyon, President d 
the Association and President of 
the Potomac Edison Co., Hag- 
erstown, Maryland, will call the 
meeting to order. 

General Chairman d the two- 
day meeting is J. HsUman Zahn, 
Vice President d the Chesapeake 
and Potomac Tdephone Compa- 
nies. Zahn also is first Vk» Presi- 
dent of the Association which was 
organized in 1S22 for the purpose 
of exchanging kleas of mutual 
toterest. It is composed d repre- 
sentatives of public utilities from 
Maryland and the District d Co- 
li^nhla. 

Business, government, human 
rdations and education are anrKmg 
the sub)e^a_to .be presented on 
the foimai {trogram. Besides Day. 
speakers scheduled to address the 
conference and thccr tidies are as 
folbws: Alfred Friendly, Vice 
President and Assodate Editor of 
the Washington Past aiki Times 
HeraM will discuss ."Business 
Teaches Sdiod." 

Dr. Gordon W. McKdnl^y, Vice 
F^esident. Ekx)nomics of McGraw- 
Hill, Inc., New York, New York, 
has chosen for his topic, "Busi- 
ness Activity and the Capital Mar- 
lids. '• Dt. McKtoley is c>«uftor 
cf the hook. The Federal Reserve 
Sy^M) and author d numerous 
article on hoising, baidcing and 
iMematkmal finance. 

The fourth spdcer will be WiD- 
iam J. Mulvehli], Managing Di- 
rector d the Leadersh^ Trainii^ 
hutitute. Dale Came^e Courses. 
WaAingtJffl. D. c.. will discus 
"The Human Rd^ionshlps WcA- 
ahop." Hi. MuhrdiiU has spent 
the pi^ twenty>^ ytan m the 
no^MSMnent deindopment and 
saks tratoing fieH. He has been a 
pert lecharer at Kent State Ihii- 
werrify and the School d Risiness 
^nMoirtratton d Aroerkan Uni- 



ViRQinia Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 



SECTION B 



ESSA Opens 22nd Class 



NORFOLK-The Enviromentol 
Science Services Administration 
(ES?V) of the U. S. Department 
of Ccmmerce cpen^d its 22nd of- 
ficers training class today in Nor- 
folk. 

The 13-weck course began for 32 
:*llege graduates, holding science 
and engineering degrees. Twenty- 
3i?bt of the graduates will be com- 
.nissioned ensign upon graduatioh, 
'3ur having been commissioned 
jarlier this year. 

Tiie ind3Ctrinat:on course, de- 
s'gned to instruct future officers 
if F?SA in the agency's respon- 
sibilities and cbjectives and the 
:c&;£ of its varied operations, will 
be conducted by LCDR Ronald M. 
Bi!fington, of 521 Buffer Dr., Vir- 
ginia Bearh. This month Buffington 
succeeded CDR Edwin K. McCaf- 
frey, also of Vi.'-ginia Beach, as 
jfflcer-in-charge of the training 
section. 

The training is being given at the 
Atlantic Marine Center of ESSA's 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. The 
course covers the work done by 
ESSA in tides, currents, geodesy, 
oceanography, photogrammetry, 
seismology, geomagnetifn, cartog- 
raphy, meteorology and aeronomy. 

The new class is the third and 
last for 1938. When comoleted, it 
will bring to 85 the number of of- 
ficers commissioned this year 
through the training classes. In ad- 
dition, there were 12 other trainees 
who were, apipointed to commiss- 
ioned status before entering class. 

Most of this year's graduates 
were assigned sea duty on the hy- 
drogranhic and oceaccgraiohic sur- 
vey and researcu ships of the 




Atnut W m an b er i nd goMts 
an OBectod to aiimL 



SOT. PALMER 11 a South Viet 
Nam village Christmas Day, 
1965. 

Beach Man 
Gets DSC 

i 

VIRGINU BE.\CH-A Virginia 
Beach soldier has received tae na- 
tion's second highest award for his 
heroic deeds in Viet Nam. Sgt. 
Harold T. Palmer, Jr.. son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harold T. Pahner, of the 
14(K) block of Carolyn Drive in Vir- 
ginia Beach, was presented the 
Distinguished Service Cross at cer- 
emonies at Fort Bragg, N. C. 
whe-e he is now stationaJ. 

Pahner was cited for a single- 
handed assault on Iao Viet C.<ng 
niaaiine-gun positions and for sav- 
irg reconnaissance patrol from 
Certain death after his command- 
ing officer was killed. Pahner 
asked for an air strike on his own 
position. Tha strlkj gave enough 
time ':r his ipatroJ to escape. 

In Ftbruairy, the Virginia Beach 
Sun first t)ecame aware of Sgt. 
Palmer. His father Iwought the ed- 
itors a letter from the sergeant, 
staJng his feelings about being in 
the war in Viet Nam. Mio mdud- 
ed was s:xne Red propajawk. A 
s'.ory was published about Sgt. 
Palmer. 

About two months bter, the 
fateful .patrol tcck place and two 
months after that. Sgt. Palmer, a 
sofl-«,:okea and pleasant young 
man was heme with his wfe, 
children and his parents in Vir- 
ginia B«ch. Another story about 
the Sgt. was ptbliaied. At that 
tbne he had lieen r^ommend^ 
for the DSC. but he said he did 
not conskJer his dee(k heroic. 

Palmer is now a radio operator 
with a S^)edal Forces Gro^) (Air- 
iKtfoe) at Fort Bragg. 

I^en he asl^d hm he urould 
fed abcuA being realigned to 
Vid Nam, he aakl ma^„ "\ 
doe't guess I'd like^it, but I am a 
soktter. md lU go wbereve- my 
doty takes me." 



fleet of 14 vessel' operated by the 
Cast and G3od?tic Survey. The 
'lje£t charts coastal waters, saarch- 
es for underwater navigational 
hazards, makes gravity and mag- 
netic measurements, conducts 
tidal and tidal current surveys, 
and engages in dsep sea oceanog- 
raphic surveys and reserch. 

Approval Of 
Rudee Inlet 
Work Asked 

VIRGINIA BE.'^Ce-The City of 
Virginia Bfeach and the Rudee In- 
let Authority have requested .\r- 
my Di.jarLToent approval <,f plans 
of channel prctPctive works to be 
constructed in the Atlantic Ocean 
at Rudee Inlet, according to a 
public notice sent out by the Army 
Corps cif Engineers in Norfolk. 

The notice stated that work 
would consist of constructing an 
extension to an existing rubble 
mcund stone jetty and a new com- 
bination jetty consisting of a tim- 
bsr groin sand trap and a rubble 
stone mound. A plan of the pro- 
posed work was drawn on the 
back of tiie public notice. 

The notice was intended to in- 
form all interested parties, since 
no public hearing is contemplated 
on the matter. The notice was 
rent to those having direct inter- 
ests in the waterway affected, in- 
cluding ves^l owners and opera.t- 
ors, waterfront property owners 
md tenants, civic and commercial 
■rganizstions and pu'olic agencies 
•cncerned with navigation and to 
;iews media. 

'•The dccis'on as to whether a 

ocrmit will bs issued ir.ust rest 

r'marily upon the effect of th.- 

^;,::scd work in navigation,' 

tated E. K. Jack:on, Qiief d thi 

"^eratons Division of the Ar.iiy 

Corps ^f l^ngineers. "Hrwever. 

comraumcatiiiujiiaiiag with oth- 

""If^Spfftfof the work will' be re- 

ord:d and given £.;jprspriate cwi- 
iideration. 

J3ck:on said comments or ob- 
■erticn: should be subnitt^d ir 
'ritlng b;fare Oc'.:ber 3, 1966. 

A.croval of the Corps of Engi- 

ecrs is the first step to-.vard con- 
traction of the jetty at Rud?e 
Inlet, and according to sources of 
the Rudee Inlet Authority, the 
construction of the new jetty and 
the exension to lae existing one is 
a must if Rudee Inlet is to be 
opened as a major boating and 
marina area as planned. 



VF-32 Flying 
In Viet Nam 

VIETNAM — The "Swordsmen" 
of Fighter Squadron 32, homebased 
at NAS Oceana, and embarked in 
the Seventh Fleet attack carrier, 
USS FRi^NKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 
are carrying the war home to the 
enemy by striking military tar- 
gets in North Vietnam. 

Recently transitioned from 'the 
F-6 Crufader and new flying the 
F-4'3 Paantom II. the Mach 2 plus 
tactical all-weather fighter bomb- 
er, the wr.rld's fastest and most 
versatile aircraft, the "Swords- 
men" hit decD into enemy terri- 
tory en a daily basis. They pro- 
vide aimed reconnaissance, com- 
bat air, atro! for other attacking 
Vavy b; ibe.'-s. and fly barrier 
jatrol above the Gulf cf Tonkin 
to ke-p warships of Task Force 
77 safe frcm enc ny atta.k. 

Since arriving here on Aug. 10 
from the Atlantic Coost of the 
United States. VF-32 pilots ami 
radar inte.-cept officers liave flown 
ever 4jD conr.bat sorties over 
North Vietnam, dav and night, for 
an average of 15 sach missions 
eaJi day. The squadron is c»n- 
manded bv Cmdr. Jahn C. Barrow, 
USN, of New Blcomfield, Mis50u.-i, 
aad is part d Carrier Ah Wing 
One, with headquarters at N>4S 
Cedl Field, Fla. 

Wliile enroute to the Soirth China 
Sea and action in t(ie Vietnam 
war. the FDR with VF-32 em- 
barkni made stops at St. Thomas, 
Virgin Islands, Rio de Janeiro, 
BriBil, and SiAic Bay. Phillip- 
pines. Tte 254 dficCTs and men 
comjM-isii^ the "S»TOrAmen" ako 
b«»rae "Siellbacks" m July as, 
bdim duly initiated by "King Nep* 
tune's Court" while crassi]^ the 
equMor in the fcxiaa Oceao. 




FIREMAN DAVID NOBLE (Navy Photo) 



Sailor Trains At Seq, 



ABOARD THE USS CHEVAL- 

i3R— Navy interior communica- 
tions electrician fireman dCFN) 
David K. Noble checks Chevalier's 
mileage counter, indicating the 
total number of nautical miles 
steamed by the ship during her 
current deployment. Chevaher is 
on carrier escort duty in the Ton- 
kin Gulf cff the coast of North 
Vietnam. 

Fireman N:ble is striking (train- 
ing) for a rating of interior com- 
munications electrician. These men 
are responsible for the upkeep and 
maintenance of all the ship's in- 
terior communications and. eledri- 
trical systems; i.e., telephones, 
gyrocon-jpasses, and alarm bells. 
"It's 'a go:d rate (rating)", he 
says. I like to be dependedjOn for 
a particular job." 

A native cf Winston-Saleoi, 
North Carolina, Ncble has been 
aboard Chevalisr less than la year. 



He calls her "a good steaming 

ship." \ 

He joined the Navy in Noven&er 
1963, shortly after graduation from 
New MiLfcrd Hi^i School in Win- 
ston Sal«n. The Navy, to Mm, is 
"a pretty 'good organizatitm." 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Noble. Da- 
vid's parents, live in Virginia 
Beach, on Olde Ocean View Road 
(no street address). 

The Chevalier is, mjc d many 
U. S. destroyers whidi form the 
escort screen for Seventh Fleet ai^ 
craft carriers 'on-station' off the 
coast of Vidnam. Carrier based 
aircraft, Phantom, Crusader, 
and Skyhawk jets , are hitting 
coiT.munlst military targets hi 
Vidnam every day, pnactically 
around tae clock. These destroyers 
are also called on for naval gu> 
fire support (NGFO for our forces 
a^-hore. 




HOWARD L. POPKIN, who Is heiMfng up the Norfolk Federation 
of Civic League's fight against the Virginia Milk Commissioa 
brought his case before the Virginia Beach Council d Civic Or- 
ganizatioDs last week. No decision was on the part d tiie varkms 
kagne representatives. They will take the information badi to 
thir organizatioiis for a vote befwe lany decision is made by the 
Council JtseK. (Sun photo by Moore) 



Rudiger District Sales Mgr 




JACK E. RUDIGER 

VIl^INIA BEXOI-The Rei<)en 
H. Donnelley Telephone Directory 
Co^ Directory Advertising Repre- 
sentatives for the Chesapeake & 
I^amac Tdef^wne Co. d Va.. an- 
nounces the recent prcmotiMi d 
Jack E. Rjdiger to District Sales 
Manager. 

Ruckger has been with Itonnell^ 
since June d 1968. v^ioi be start- 
ed as a Sales Represaitative, and 
was an Account E^ecutiw priw to 
his vee&A af^iQintmait. 

&kH^ is a gradiMto d the 
Mrfdk Dii^fao d mffiam ft 



Mary College. He and his wife, Ihe 
former Pstricia Kelly, have two 
ions, and reside at 1416 Bradfoid 
Itoad, Virginia Beach. 

Innkeepers Set 
Annual Meeting 

VIRGIMA BE.ACH— The annual 

-ncetlpg J tie Virginia Beach Inn- 
keepers .\s5oci3t'on will be h^ 
on Oclrber 23. The place for the 
meeting hss not been announced. 

A'?out 400 persons, including a 
nanrber of distinguished guests, 
are expected t^ attend. 

T.e princoal ?peaker at the 
■neeting will \x George F. Kadi- 
liaj, ElxecuUve VicePresident d 
the Annerican Aut(»not)iie .^ssod»> 
tisn in Washington, according to a 
s{K>kesman for the Innkeq>ers. 

Theater Workshop 

NtMtFXJUC-ITie Nor** Uttie 
Theatre has bepm a wedriy The- 
atre Workfltop. opoi to the pu^^, 
to provkle instructkm in iSi ««■ 
d theatre activity. 

The Thedre W<»ks^ i^ be 
heki A 7 pjn. Vifrf Tuesd^r 
thrau^ the aid d ApiL Ihe 
aeaeions are free luid epoi t> mt 
(ne i itfer ea ted . Itagr wiD he hdd 
A tte tfiaata. 
lei^ 



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SAVE OIL BETTER HEATING 

CAU TODAY m US CHECK AND 
aEAN YOUK FURNACE 

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Berkeley's Tour 
So. America 

VIBGINL\ BB\m - Tlie Rev. 
and Mrs. Edamd Beridey of 1]2 
-H36rd Street, will leave this wedc 
to board fbe Hoore4loConnack 
Luniry Uner. S. S. AaGESTTBiA, 
satting {nm New York at noon on 
S^etnber 23 to South Amoica. 

(Die Reverend Mr. Berkdey has 
been assigned as draplain for the 
31-day cruiae with ports of call 

"1 Lie southwuti tmir at St. 
Tlmiue. Vii^ Islands; Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil; Saitfos, Brazil; 
\fontevi^, Uruguay: and Bu^os 
.\ires, Argoitina where tibey wU 
^pead a few days. 

Tbey expect to leave Buenos 
Aires m October Ifi, returning via 
Santos and Rb de Janeiro, Bra- 
zil; i3e Baibados in the Windward 
Islands: and San Juan. Puerto 
Rkaj, arriving in New Yoit Ci^ 
on October 25. 



Linoleum Floors 

Indivtduaily Desi^d 




tinfiiish room! In homes, of- 
fices, shops, these Individ- 
ually Designed LinolemB 
Floors confer smitft, eok»- 
:ontrast aisuncuuu wrcacu uu 
other floor treatment can 
match. Oolors, motifs — 
"Chtiacter!" in a word — 
that grive long-lived service, 
at moderate first-coot! May 
we give yoQ an estimate? 

J. C. La\^ 6- Sons 

3515 Cd)«y Pk. MA 5-0439 
NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 



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Old Churches And Silver 
Featured On Tour 



Six Gri«id dMdM» H p«WMf 
uat otedMe tb« Re«iiitfi<n ihO 
» inchided in the flth Aimal Aot- 
am Pilgrimage, October 7. 1 ^ 
< and October 14, IS and U. Pro- 
;eeds fnun the event go to tte 
^storaticc cl the 2»utidp3ta$ 
hurchcs ,aad visitors ts Uie Old 
>jnun:on will be prsvided with 

nKsgr^Ic ex.ieriean tf t^ 

at homes and estates not atauqrs 

3n to the public. 

/irgjila 'a o!d dmrdus. alatfing 

vay the cesturi^ m the groves 

i pines, oak} aad ekas, are cros- 

.-33ds church^ that bive pbyed 

3n injpsrtant ride m the tj u a Bng 

of our nation. Mexbers of riieir 

ve^ricfi were as actiw in cmv 

mmity aKairs as tSwy were in 

tbose ^ their t^amJagM, aad when 

Jie time catat tec them to terw 

^ patriot in the new camtry, 

.ey did this with the same 6t- 

oton di jwn their n^ioBS duties- 

At the bsffonivg ^ t» Revdu- 
J3a there were 2S0 diorches in 
V'irg3ia, all in parities of the 
Church cf England. Ministers iKct 
sent to the New Worid to serve as 
jveacbers and teachers, to be paid 
in ti^tacco and to live in the gte- 
bes provided for ^besa by Roytl 
dscr^ These (ncn were not al- 
wajn the most cou&ritfed. and 
more often than not the com- 
municants of the church wo-e the 
^uritual backbone d the neigUxr- 
hood. As a result, Virginians of 
past geno^Sons developed a mo-- 
al fiber that stood Umbi in good 
stead tfarou^ diversity. 

After the Revohition when com- 
plete sepval^m between dHvdi 
and ^te was law irf the land, the 
old chiB-ches at the crossnjids 
wmt into a dedine. Ai^lican rec- 
tors, deprived of their salaries. 
went home to Ei^and or retired 
from thra- puliats, and Ibe con- 
gregalioos dispersed or joined oth- 
er denomaiatioas since there was 
00 cio-gyinan qualified to admini- 
ster the sacramaits. It was diving 
this period that many old churdies 
van sadted by vairials. Not un- 
til 1784 when (be General AssenMy 
««sented to the request of the 
ionner Andean dny inm tte 
Diooese of VirgHig oTlhe Pwto- 
Mm Bpisoopal aMRfa of titt 
(Med States of Aoeriea gitn 



Of the origind 81 
there are now oofy X _ 
E^bccpaliffiis. mti ii Am nd^ 
walv sBctian of Va^am a povp 
3f these Coicai^ dnrebcs •acil 
year ^onaon ibe ragpniafe. 

^nta yenf 9t Johtfk Chvdi Mi 
RchnHMi, where IHitiiiji -Htttf 
spckehii tfirrnig words te Ifeei^ 
or deatii firam a flpw bdpv tke 
pulptt. is part kipattjg fcr Ibi 
fint tine. like othv dmrAa of 
is period, te cfaoRli kttk^ 
WK often the oi^ oh largi 
-apai^ far a ^th^ag tl aof 
stM. Ilierefare, in ITS wbes tte 
bitish Gevenur jjiMiwil the 
Ifouse of Burgesses in Williams- 
burg, the first d the Vugima Coo- 
vrations met in Richmond A (M 
St J(An's. Itie cries of '"lYeasmi" 
no doubt came from some of the 
former meirfcers d the BurgoHes 
and from wstrymen as wd, lor 
not eVCTybody was convinced that 
War was iaevitaMe. 

At St Jolm's are five fieces of 
Colonial osranunion sitvo-, scane 
of Uk oid^ in Virgina. A B^>tis- 
mal bowl is dated 169496, a paten 



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July 1. 1906, 

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and d3a&». intH. ani anothff 
paten and dttJice. ITTl-n. Here 
also is a noarUe fint used in one 
d the eaiVer ditstbes hi Henrico 
paish. St Joafs was beOt m WL 
OB Ibe not piaoaad for it b ttic 
ar^al jtat d Bidsaead when 
Willi^B Byrd auctioned 1^ in 
lOm B now H^oric Ric^OKid 
hot gave land for the dBffcb. klai- 
tiwd ij its famffia- tower, St. 
Jotn'i at the tkae af the RevoUt- 
toQ was a aipve wooda ^rud- 
;re. •ilfcaat *e fewer wttdi was 
added rone ten years lata-. 

M<Tr>M»Bt« Ba^ Churdi is the 
Kcood dieA in VirgiBia. Com- 
|det«! in 167 asd named fw a 
pkntMion sid • di^ ftwt broo^ 
setilcrs to Virginia m the nth 
coitury. Mercharis fkipt in 
Prince Gecarge County near Hope- 
wdl, is set off from the hig^ 
way m a thicket of p^s. Its 
oridcw<Mk is s*iid to be the most 
istereat'ag m America, and its 
aisles are paved with stones usad 
35 ballad, for the ships tl-Qt came 
to America to return witli tolucca 
to ElDgland. 

Branckm Cbatdi in this sane 
N'artinsiBrandon parish, one of tfis 
earliest in Virginia, is not an old 
churdi, for others by the same 
name have preceded it Its beauti- 
ful Commuiyai silver, a gift of a 
co.-rammkaot, iota Westrope was 
made in London in the 17th centu- 
ry, aad a iK^stismal bond,, dates 
l»ck to Cromwell's time. 

Cburch silvo-, so cheriibed by 
those who iave cared £or it 
throu^ the generations is now 
kepi, in a bank vault, but in the 
old days, this was caoried to the 
homes of the vestrymen as was 
the huge old Bble. It was iut un- 
usual to see a serymt coming 
across tfie fiekJb and over the 
creek early on Staiday mm-ning, 
with the BiUe on his head, so 
th^ it would be on the kctan ir 
time lor morning service. 

At Vauto-'s Oiurch in Essex 
Comtfy there is oU churdi silver 
for many years tbou^ to have 
been ^en by Queen Anne hersdf . 
since the name of the parish is 
St. Anne's. However, more thw- 
ough research dates this as Lchi- 
don, early 18th century. Vauter's 
Church named after a family ioog- 
gone on whose land the church 
was built was saved from de- 
struction right after the Revoh}- 
tioa. Mrs. Muscoe Gamett drove 
away the trespassers who were 
saddng k without conscience, by 
saying the churdi was on her 
IHtiperty. Actually the wos^not 
r^lly tnie but the ruae sufficed 
and Vauter's was saved. 

In FYedericksburg, St George's 
church tower points skyward like 
a forermger, but though ^ 
George's is a Colonial parish the 
churdi itself is 19tfa cHJtury. 
George Wadiii^ton coming in 
from Ferry Farm attended an <Ai- 
er St. George's where visitors to- 
day delist ai the 17th certury 
^avQrard. called God's Acre, 
and its tombstones carved with 
verses that seon amusing to our 
generation. 

Grace Qmnh in Yorktown is 
built of oiarl from the York River. 
Ttiis material said to be remains 
of prehistoric shellfish, is so dur- 
able thiJ the dnirdi wafls have 
withBtood atwrai fires. Coodbuct- 
ed in 1701 Grace Ctairch, like St. 
J<*n's occi^Mes (be spot deignat- 
ed ftx* it in the ordinal survey d 
Yorktown in lesi. 

No one knows what Qie first 
dwrch kioked like, but Rawing by 
a French sokiier during the Revo- 
hrtion show that it had a steeple 
Now there is a bell found in Phil- 
«te^*M and recast in US to be 
"^tanied to Yorktwn for it was 
ei«raved, "Yak. Vir^a 1725" 
Many hist«ians believe the bell 
bekw^ed on the courthouse, tow- 
ever, not the diorch belfiy. 

ComwaDis used Grace dnrdi 
M a powder magazine durii» the 
Revohiwiary War. aod its histofy 
TO that time has been tirtur 
wtf- The old Communion sslver 
bas survived the years as the 
seoMdAiest Commtmioa silver in 
the eoontry. Made in Lomfco hi 
1MB. the chalice and flagm oi 
Baamend silver were originally 
in Han^itoo parish but when the 
two parishes contoed as York- 
Hanqitflo in me, tbe silver was 
hPW^ to what is now called. 
Grace Chw=!.. 

G. Hmtfer Fktcoer, State ^^- 
maa, uss, of Virgmia's Anmial 
.%ut)sn Pi^ara^ ia a can- 
ansiic^t d Gran Chtrcb. and 
ias moiiEr'B house is one of the 
mne a Yoritown to be cfMaed. 
Hw early tfth ceitury dwcffii^ 
was bnik 1^ a Fktdier <Mcafajr 
m tbe Ea^em Share and bi««l« 
to Yorktown aboi* m y4r3 ap*. 

fa admao to the old ehwch^ 
ncse thn forty prapvtiei win 
be seen and o^pytA dorag te 
IHE Pilipimife. Hiese iiKtade 
maff^ctat hmes mi ptaota- 
tioBs. at «d as skmemg tlfb 
ad IKh eeolay taooiet liii ii- 



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By DOmS PAORICK 
Woum'sEiUtor 

Nfflwy llcCIess has Ug brawn 
ey«8, loi« dait hair, a slkn fi^e 
ffljd very pretty legs. Ste is a dan- 
cer. 9)6 is alao a wife, a mother 
of three, a coBege graduate, a 
choreographer and '"a great drga- 
nizer.' These last two qualifica- 
tions are called apon for the Vir- 
ginia Beadi Little Tlieatre's first 
produc^n d the sea^, "Briga- 
doon." 

"Brigadoon" will feature a lot of 
'gay dancing with a great many 
dancers. Nancy enjoyed the chal- 
lenge of adapting the Scottish 
dances to the Courtyard Theatre's 
limited space, and she* is certain 
the audiences will enjoy the many 
fine dancers in the colorful cos- 
tumes as they present the produc- 
tion numbers. iSie decided not to 
dance her?eM in "Brigadoon" as it 
is rather difficult to be the choreo- 
grapher and dance at the same 
time. "You can't get the right 
perspective as the audience will 
see it if you are on the stage your- 
self" Nancy says. 

Having danced most of hw life 
(I started when I was 3 or 4") 
Nancy has found the creative ex- 
nression and physical effort of 
dancing to be most beneficial, both 
for health and happiness. 

"As well as dancing. I play a lot 
of tennis and enjoy swimming. And 
I can write and sketch which are 
mv bobbies. 

She has. found that being a danc- 
er and being associated with other 
ceople in show business is vwy 
educational and broadening in 
scope of understanding all types of 
nersonalities. "In the theatre, we 
learn a'so to sing and act as weU 
as dance." 

Carrying herself tall and straieht, 
Narcy revealed that she has done 
some orofessionat fa=hi<xi model- 
ine in IRochmond and on a vdunteer 
basis here at the Beadi. 

As th^ coordinator of the Tid«v 
wat<T bancA Gi'iid, I'^c, she is 
k'-'"+ bu!?v with thi» various presen- 
foHnnt; given bv the grouo 
tv.rniitrhoi't T'dewat«>r. ,0re wai 
cnor. in "FhA">b03t 65 " "*vton the 
V'n-H." ard th" ro"ent "Mi's'c in 
M'Hon Summer 66" to name just 

?hs is the mother of David 13. 



'Black Tie' Opening Set 



NANCY McCLESS 

Martha 11, and Melu)da 8, and 
when die is not concerned with the 
welfare of her family or busy with 
the tDG, or choreographing 
"(Brigadoon," or nwdelinig, she car- 
ries on the duti« as president of 
Orchesis, the medem dance asso- 
cation. She is weH organized. She 
ha? to be! 

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Questions Put 
To Witnesses 

VIRGHNIA BSACH-Is religion 
livable and practical in this 20th 
century? Can s|nritual mindness 
be exercised in everyday life? 
Ans^jvers to these and other import- 
ant questions wiH be given Jehov- 
ah's Witnesses and their friends 
vA\ftn they assemble September 23- 
25 at the Hayden Hi^ School in 
Franklin, Va. 

Richard BroaAiax d 807' Gardner 
Street, Franklin, Va., presiding 
minister of the host congregation 
at Franklin is nwking, final prepa- 
rations to feed and house over 1500 
delegates expected from tiie south- 
eastern part <A the state. Manv 
from nearby cities, however will 
conrnwrte by private transporta- 
tion. A large delegation jviill come 
from Virginia Beach, Va. 

"As the youcger people play 
an ever increasing role in current 
nnatters" Broadrax said, "the 
'principles of Christianity become 
more and noore importint to ev- 
eryone livin«." The ?.='PTbly wiH 
emphasize this thought through its 
theme. "Become S'->iritual Men 
W'th Everi.isting Life in View." 
(Rf^mans 8:6) 

The activity of the 17 congrega- 
tions of ClrcuH No. 2fi 'or th' oast 
sx minths wf? be revi<!vved. Better 
teaching metJvcds throu^n discuss- 
ions. dp"wn'tration«; aiid 'work in 
the fie'd' will be shidied by those 
attending. Otk two occasiors attent- 
ion will be focuJ^ on the films 
"Heritage" and "God Ca-not L'e" 
whi"h will sh-w ttie >-an the Bible 
riavs in modem dav life. 

A'l delegates and th-ir friends 
-i'l endeavor to atterd the ■^'^cal 
^a'k on Su-'dav given bv the district 
-Anregentntive Of the Wstchtower 
«-yp and Tract Soc'aty. J- A. 
Thpm,rson. Jr. His siAwct "Sas- 
is'^nrs Mar.k'nd's Gr?3'.est Need" 
will offer a Bible whition to man^' 
of the problems plaguing the world 
today. ^ 

New Theatre Open 

NORFOLK— "rtie newest indoor 
theatre, "Cmema af Janef" opfen- 
ed last week and is the 113th unit 
in the chain of modem theatres 
built by General Cinema Corp. 
throughout the country. 

The theatre features light-col- 
ored push-back seats which facili- 
tate movement in and' out of the 
aisles, a 25' x 50' picture window 
type screen, and operates on a 1 
p.m. to U p.m, schedule seven 
days a week. 

Alan Triclier is the manager. 



VIRGMNIiA IBEJACH - Virginia 
Beach iUttle Theatre is conduct- 
ing its annual season and pa- 

Speech Contest 
Plans Finalised 

iaiCHMONI>-Plans for a fourth 
annual statewide youih speaking 
contest— open to Virginia farm 
'soys and girls nat over 18 years 
jf age on November 1— has been 
mnounced by L. E, Raper._ execu- 
tive secretary of the Virginia 
Council of Farmer Cooperatives. 
I The coMest is open u> all farm 
youth that meet the age require- 
ments in any area of the state 
served by a farmer's cooperative 
or branch, Raper said. 

Contestants— who will talk for a 
maximum of 8 minutas on "Co- 
operatives—Democracy in Action" 
—may enter by contacting any lo- 
cal farmer cooperative or branch, 
■iH Club Agents, vocatio>al agri- 
culture Teachers, home economics 
instructors or public speaking 
teachers at vo-ag schools. 

Local community winners will 
participate in a district contest 
held as part of the Coiuidl's five 
District workshops for coopera- 
tive managers and directors set 
for late November and early De- 
cember. 

The District winners will then be 
eligible to participate in the state 
finals, which will be hdd at Nat- 
ural Bridge, Virginia as a feature 
of the Council's Annual Meeting on 
March 2, 1967. 

The winning contestants |n each 
of the five District contests will 
receive a $25 U. S. Savings bond. 
The second place winner will re- 
ceive $10 while the third place 
award will be $5. 

The winner in the state finals 
will receive a $100 U. S. Savii^gs 
bond and an all expense paid trip 
to the 1967 meeting of the Ameri- 
can Institute of Cooperation meet- 
ing at Purdue University, Lafay- 
ette, Indiana. The second place 
winner in the finals will receive a 
$60 Savings bond. 



troM* tickets sales canpa^, pri- 
or to the opening of the new sea- 
son with the musical "Brigadoon." 

Opening night, September 30, 
will be a gala "Black Tie" affair, 
and although demand for tickets 
to this performance has been 
[leavy, a few seats are still avail- 
able, accordii^ to Box Office 
chairman, Jane Fleming. 

"Brigadoon" will have 12 per- 
fqnnrMmces- September 30, Octobsr 
1, 2, 7, 8, 9. 14. 15, 16, 21, 
22, and is. 

"The Mousetrap" an Agatha 
Christie mystery, will play Decem- 
ber 2, 3, 4, 9, and 10. 

''Look Homeward Angel", a 
drama, will be presented February 
3, 4, 5, 10, and 11. 

"Twelfth Night" by Shakespeare 
comes March 31, April 1, 2, 7, 
and 8. 

The last production, "Kind Bur", 
a comedy, will I'oe performed May 
19, 20, 21, 26, and 27. 

Ticket reservations or applica- 
tions for season and patron's tick- 
ets may be obtained by calling 
^8-8500. 



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finds pleasure in doing a lot of dilTcrent things. Like water-skiing. And golfing. And 

public speaking. And playing the piano. 

"HTf an enthusiastic member of the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and 

curremly serves as Chairman of the new NATO Committee. Besides being a Second 

Vice President of the United Communities Fund, he's a past President ot the 

Optimist Club. Past President of the Travelers Aid Society. The 1^61 Chairman 

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Nt<!lFOiK-Flr-t -rcmrTi nay-. 
meats lor the dcctor bill imuranc2 
.-art of medicare are baing re- 
ceived on w^iediHe. 

Of th 2.5 milaon jJcrsons who 
were sent premiim noticra, mare 
Uian 9 out of 10 have already sent 
in their payments. 

Mort of the 17.3 miUion eldsrly 
people who have signed ip fjr tie 
voluntary uncdical insurance part 
of medicare are [laving tn i 
jremHam payments d^iucied fr:i. 
their monthly social Kcurity, rail- 
road, or civJ S3rvic3 retir=;,-nen. 
ca:f.i benefits. Tnnely premium 
payments are therefore mads au- 
tomatically for them. State (public 
assistance programs are paying 
the premiums for an additional 
640,000 older people. The remain- 
ing iVz million elderly people are 
ibilled directly by the Social Se- 
curity Administratkn. 

Those who have not yet sent in 
their premiums will lose their doc- 
tor bUl insurance protection if they 
delay beyand September 30. Precti- 
ium reminder notices that time is 
runnir.g out were mailed out last 
week -notifying t^osi wnj have nal 
; yet sent in their ipavrnenir. 

Those who are having difficulty 
making their doctor bill insurance 
premium payments or who have 
questions, are urged ti get in 
touch with their social sscurity 
-■riices without delay. 

In Norfolk the social security of- 
fice is located at 220 West Bram- 
hleton Avenue and is ooen from 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday 
through Friday and from 9 a.m. to 
12-30 pm. on Saturday. For in- 
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Jewish Holy Days Celebrated 



AS WE WALKED f«#ai4 the Civic Center «a a rainy windy motn. 
bg recently, we noted the beauty ol bashes of pniple erepe myrtle 
and the fragrance of white oleanders seemed to be wavfaig a fond 
farewell to summer. Jndy Lambert, Sam Scott's scovtary said W. 
H. Hanqitan, the bnS^ag superintendent, took {aide in the Civic 
Centers' grounAi and worked constantly to have ifc one of Vta-ginia 
Beat^'s beauty swta. Jidy pretties up Uie gronnda too. don't you 
thtaik? (photo by Cauandra) 



Christian Education Classes 



NORFCLK — Thres clergymen 
■and five lav leaders are heading 
up the University of Richmond' J 
School of Christian Education in 
the Tidewater area. 

The program will consist of fiva 
classes, two on Tuesday evenings 
and three on Thursday evenings, 
frim 7:M to 9:30 p.m. 

Tke cler»meii» oi- tije com- 
mittie are Dr. Ernest L. Honts, 
pastor yi Ta'bot Pai'k Baptist 
.lurch. Rev. G. Edward Hughes, 
.pastor of Lowlon 'Brj<?j3 B&;ti3t 
Cl'.urch, Virginia Beach and R. V. 
Gordon Keller, pastor cif Park 
Place Baptist Church. 

The la>TOen are Edward G. 
Ayers of First Baptist Church, 
Mrs. Louise Games of Larchmont 
Baptist Church, Mrs. Walker N. 
Stocfcburger of Trinity Baptist 
Church, Miss Florence Tress of 
Central Baptist Ciiurch, and El- 
mer S. Tarrall of First Baptist 
Church in Virginia Beach. 

The Life and Teachings of Jesus 
will be taught at Azalea Baptist 
Church on Tuesdays by the Rev. 
C. Norman Bennett, Jr., paster of 
the church, and the Rev. Robert 



N. Wallace, pastor of Tialia Lynn 
B&;tist Ciiurch, on Thursdays at 
Great Bridge B.r;tist Church. 

The other Tuesday evening class 
will be The Religion d the Hebrew 
Prr,;hets, taught by the Rev. Ken- 
netii L. 1 irasher, fastor of Great 
Fork B-.tist Ciiurch at Whaley- 
ville. The class will meet at Tal- 
bot Par.k Baptist Church. 

John A. Brown, executive sec- 
retary of the Norfolk Baptist As- 
sociation, will teach The Life and 
letters of Paul at Bayside B^ist 
Church on T.uu-sdays. 

The Rev. Emory E. Bryimi, 
paster of Brentwood Baptist 
Church, will teach Basic New Tes- 
tament Studies at Thalia Lynn 
Baptist Church. 

Registration for the Tuesday ev- 
ening classes will be from 6:30 
to 7:30 pjn. September. 27 and 
from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. October 
4. Registration for thei Thursday 
classes will be at the same hours 
Seipteimber 29 and October 6, re- 
spectively. 

Students may register for the 
classes at the churches where the 
courses are ollfered. 



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which b3gan with Ro«h Haiiwsali 
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eve3.ag, Scrtmicr 14, TheM m 
days of reflectkffl and idf-exami- 
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Th^ bring a m en w gc of ethical 
conaoJoofness, moral reafxmsM- 
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A day of Grand Reconciliatbn, 
Yom Kippur is observed by a 
twenty-four hour fast, honest self- 
aj^raisal and prayers for forgive- 
ness and reconciliation with 
G;d and man. The Holy Day be- 
gins with the chanting d the 
solc-nn Kol Nidre Service, the 
meJocly of vbkk is prcb^ly ths 
beci; knows d all synagogue mus; 
ic. Tlie prayer atneiases the sancti-^ 
ty of the pledged word and cre- 
ates a mood relevant to tfK open- 
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Feldman Chamber Music 
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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Sftptalnbw 22, V966 



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Servicemen In The News 



BRADY ATOMS, »ldie Wfckkr and "Rabbtt" Bryant opened »ie 
tbni muui C. B. Jamkoree held Sept. 17 and 18 at the Vk^ria 
Beach Dome. The exhHrft. the flnt of its kM held in Tidewater, 
was a access. (Son photo by Mom^) 




MRS. SCOTT TAYLOR, teacher and mother to three-year olds, is 
getUng her chargk^ ready for their first day tol Sunday school in 
Galilee Episcopal church's nursery department, (photo by Cas- 
sandra). 



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NOHFXttiK —I tbe W^^l saasu) 
marks the twentieth anmversjtry 
of Tidewater's dtaUngoished iiMsi- 
cal grcup — Th2 Fe^dmen Cham- 
ber \to^k S(}ciety. Tljis group was 
formed in 19*7 under the diiection 
of I. E. Feldtnan. one or Ameri- 
ca's cu!st£Hiding chMiAa- music 
autharilies and a gifted violinisL 
inim£d;aU.V successful, the aociety 
was incorcDratsd at a nonL^roHt 
organization ar.d the concert ssriss 
became an estaWi^ed feature of 
Tidewater's cultural life. 

The directw of the present quar- 
tet is S(8taki MarihaH who is also 
violHiBt with the group. Dora Mai> 
diaH Short is first violinist. Law- 
rence Mednick, is second violinist 
and Janet McClarron Kriner, is 
cellirt Tlffee of the members have 
been with the quartet sirjce its 
fcrmation in 1947 — Mrs. Kriner 
joined the group in 1S57. 

One file factcrs leading to the 
cortir.uii^ success of this Quartet 
is the long ard continuous as:oc- 
iation of the same players ard di- 
rcctcr. Channber nnisic, composed 
as it is far smaller groupings, is 

waiTii and friend'y easify tm- 

derst:cd and appreciated by ev- 
erycne. 

Thp members of the Quartet pro- 
vid: for Tidewater somcthiiig of 
which few j-jch areas its jizo can 
'joast — its cwn prrfessional string 
quartet ard enseir.ble. 

The Norfo'k annual series con- 
^is.^s cf five concerts combining 
duce. trios, quiritets ard composi- 
tions for au:?mcr.!ed groups of play- 
ers, as well as those for quart2t 
anly. 

In additio.T to its local series the 
Quartet gives cffliccrts throughout 
Virginia, Wa'-hingtcn, 'D. C, and 
hi neighboring ^tes. 

The quartet wiH be heard in con- 
cert on Wednesday evenings at 
8:30 P.M. — on October 19. De^ 
cember 7, January 11. February 
22 and March 2B at Myers Hall, 
ISth St. east of Colonial Ave., Nor- 
folk. Mrs. Hyman Silverman, presi- 
dent of the, Feildnran Chamber 
Music Society Mtncunces that the 
membership drive is. now in pro- 
gress arwl that Virginia Beach resi- 
dents may obtain season tickets 
by contacting Mrs. Jrfin M. Coch- 
ran, Jr., 340-1158. Adults $9.00, 
students $4.50 and members of the 
armed forces unable to attend the 
whole series may secure tickets for 
$2. 00 a performance. ^ 

One of the important factors of 
the Feldman Quartet is its contri- 
bution to the enrichnmit of the 
musical life of Ihousands d Tide- 
water children in the elementary 
schools, with performances in the 
.schools of Tidewater under the 
auspicies of YOUNG AUDIENCES. 

This group was first presented^ to 
the elementary schools of Virginia 
Beach by two of its residents — 
Mrs. Maurice W. Nwdlinger, an 
active musician and piano teacher 
—and Mrs. Arthur Winder, a beach 
resident well known in civic and 
art activities. Mrs. Nordlii^er and 
Mrs. Winder are now in the pro- 
cess of arranging with many Vir- 
ginia Beach schools for the presen- 
tation of the FeWman String Quar- 
tet 'iurirg the 198M7 school year. 



The work of the Feldran Cham- 
bw Music Society is carried on by 
vi'Iuateer workers who wish to pro- 
mete the m.ualcal life of TJie- 
water. 

VNB Declares 
Dividend 



NCfflffOUC — Af their meetii^ 
the fcoard of directors Of Vir- 
ginia National Bank declared a 
regular quarterly dividend d thir- 
ty-two and one half cents (32V^c) 
iper share on the bank's outstand- 
ing stock. Ttie dividened is paya- 
ble on October 15, W66, to share- 
holders of record of September 23, 
19^. 

R. Casby Moors, chairman of 
the board, made the announce- 
ment. Moore also revealed a num- 
ber cif perfonnei promotions, 

Lee R. Reynal'^s and Helen Vir- 
ginia Gcode, who were assistant 
pa-50Dnel dirHctors, were elevated, 
iO personnel officers. William S. 
-Jiahnson of VN3's Lntcrnational 
DepartTient and William Larry 
Wallace of the Mortgage Loan Da- 
ipartment '.vcre prcnuUcd to assist- 
ant cas.iicrs. John William Vaug- 
han, Jr., at Civic Cer.tar Office 
and Gerald Francis Foster at the 
Naval Base Office were elected 
assistant managers. 

In the Trust Departnrjent, Nor- 
ifolk, two proimations were an- 
nounced and toio officers were 
3lected for lilie tiral time. Carl W. 
Scboenweiss and FrederiA J. 
young, both assistant trust officers 
were elected trust officers. Also 
elected to the same rank were 
David P. L Berry and Roy A. 
Rector. Berry and Rector will 
join Virginia Nfltionars Trust De- 
.partment here on September 30th, 
at which time their election as 
officers becomes effective. Since 
J962, Berry has practicd law in 
iNorfolk with the firm of Sewell, 
McCoy, Winston and Dalton. Rec- 
tor has been (Di^rict Manager of 
the Ashcraft^WlBcinson Conipany 
k)cally. ' 

idoore also announced that six 
prttnotions were n»ade in the 
iaeMs Western region. 




. ifl i Tf . — — "■ 

Marine Lance Corporsd Larry R. 
ReynoWs, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward H. Reynolds of 3757 Col- 
onial Parkway, was promoted to 
his present rank while ' serving 
with the First Battalion, Seventh 
Marine Regiment, First Marine 
Division, Chu Lai, Vietnaiti. 

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PrivMe Rufus Tabron, Jr., 
whose parents live at 1352 Center- 
viflle Turnpike, recently completed 
a ten-week ordnance aipply 
couilse at tiie Army Ordnance 
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Marine Private Richard M. Mu- 
sick, sen of Mr. and Mrs. John W. 
Musick of 1238 E. Bay Shore dr., 
has ccmpletcd four weeks of indi- 
vidual combat training at Caup 
Lejeune, N. C 

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Navy Reserve Lieutenant Com- 
mander Caarles R. Buflkin, son of 
Mr. a.nd Mrs. John W. Bul.kin of 
2229 Lynn rd. we=t, has returned 
to t'-.e U. S. Naval Air Station at 
Sanfcrd, Fla., after cj'ihpleting an 
elijM-'T.ontb dci.;loymEnt to the 
Western Pacific with Reconnais- 
iance Attack Squadron Nine 
aboard the attack aircraft carrier 
USS Ranger. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

Seaman Recruit Kenneth Brad- 
ley. UIW, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Johnny Brad'cy of 448 PeUcan 
lane, has b::.T graduated from 
nine weeks qf Navy b:iic traini;^ 
at the Naval Training Ceat8f, 
Gr.ct Lakes, lU. 



F»:man Recruit Stanley Lo:^, 
sen of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. 
Long of 5523 Larry ave., lias been 
3i;aAiated from nine weeks nf Na- 
vy basic training at the Naval 

Training Center, Great Lakes, III. 
* • * 

Marine Private Henry C. Barn- 
es, son of \Mi'- and Mrs. Henry 
Barnes of 5<M2 CuUeh road, was 
graduated from eight weeks of 
recruit training at the Marine 
Corps Recrmt Depot, Parris Is- 
land, S. C. 



Chaplain (First Lieutenant) 
Richard A. Eis^faldt, whos3 wife, 
Anna, lives at 4D4 Ind^pendsnca 
ave., ctrapleled a chaplain orien- 
tation course recently at the Army 
Ch":lain School, Fort HamiltMi, 
N. Y. 



dat John T. Gupton, III, son 
:,f Mr. and Mrs. J:hn T. Guplan. 
Jr. of 2313 Q;:cen Ann rd-. has 
c:.T:;:>kt:J the U. S. .Air Fores 
R:serv^ Officers Training Cores 
sun'cner encam^nfient at Otis AFB, 
Mass. A mexber of the .AFROTS 
unit at Virginia MOitary Institute, 
he will be eligile for a commiss- 
on as ah .Air Farce second lieuten- 
ant upon graduation and complet- 
ion of AFROTC training. " 



Airman Ebner L. Roush, Jr., 
sen of Mr. and iMrs. Elmer L. 
Rotsh of isra Janke rd., has been 
selected fjr tc. mical training at 
Keeskr APS, Miss., as a U. S. 
Air Force coTiLtiunicaticMS-alec- 
tronics fijecialist. He is a 1935 
graduate of Cox High schoal. 



Ses-Tan Recruit David E. Yo- j 
dcr, U^N, son of Mr. and Mrs.ff 
Norm*i Voder <rf 718 Woodi^ock | 
road, has been graduated from 
nine weeks el Navy basic training 
at the Naval Training Center, 
Great Lakes, Illinois. 

* * * 
.Airman Apprentice Rc^r V. 

Hceks, U&NiK, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. B. H. Hooks of 2021 Kemps- 
iile Road, has completed tiie Avi- 
ation Mechanical Fundamentals 
School St the Naval Air Technical 
Training Center in Memphis, Tenn. 

* * * 
Seaman Apprentice Terry W. 

Smith. \}E£G, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Morgan, has completed 
eight weeks of intensive recruit 
training at Cape May, N. J. 






EDMUND R. STRICKLER 

Army Dentist (Captain) Ed- 
mund R. Strickler, son d Mr. and 
Mrs. Millard P. Strickler, 801 Lin- 
bay dr., has arrived at the Brooke 
General Hospital, Fort Sam Hou- 
ston, Tex., to begin a year-long 
dental internship. 

■ ♦ • • 

iMdshipman 2/c Joel Harley 
Pillsbury, .son of Mr. and Mfs. 
Jci-.n D. Pilkbury cf 613 Meadows 
Drive, a student at Cornell Uni- 
versity, N.Y., is attending a three 
week aviatmi field trip at the 
Corpus- Chrilte^aval Air Station, 
Texas. 



HENRY C. BARNES 

Marine Private Henry C. 
Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- 
ry C. Barnes of 5012 CoUen rd., 
has completed four weeks of indi- 
vidual ccn^t training at Camp 
Lejeune, N. C. 



RICHARD C. .Mai..Eai 

Marine Private Richard C Mil- 
ler, s3n of Mr. and Mrs. Ehwwd 
C. Miller cf 4309 Blacldbeard road, 
has cconpleted four weeks of indi- 
vidual ccmbat training at Camp 

Lejune, N. C 

* * * 

Army Private William H. Duck- 
worth, 317 Cardinal rd., began ten 
months of study recently at the 
U. S. Milttary Academy Prepara- 
tory School, Pbrt Belvoir, Va. He 
is a 1965 graduate of Virginia 
Beach High school and attended 
the UnKrersity of Virginia. 




WnXIAM D. BAYSE 

Marine Private William D. Bay- 
se, whose parents live at 4805 S. 
Oliver dr.,. has conr.;deted four 
weeks cf individual ccunbat train- 



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She's a regular mail-order customer. 



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We've got the kind of apples that 
Queen Vksforia used to demand regu- 
larly. And we've got enough so that 
Virginia stands fourth in the nation in 
apple productk)n. 



Virginia's menu is m^hty tempting. Chances are your 
Thanksgiving turkey comes from Rockingham County 
—the nation's largest producer of turkeys. As for the 
rest of the things you like best, Virginia ranks first as 
producer of early summer potatoes and kale. Second 
for late spring cabtiage. Third for early summer sweet 
corn, tomatoes, and cucumbers. 

Save room for some good seafood— specifically the 
oysters and crabs offered by Virginia's coastfine. For 
dessert, there's plenty of watermeton to go around, as 
Virginia stands fourtti in ttie nation for late suntm^r 



We've got an equipment manufac* 
turer in Richnw»d, Vifglnia, turning 
out the machines that produce 98% 
of the natien't hot dof buns. Thintc 
■bout tiMt at yeyr next caok-out ■ 



Witwmek>ns produced. And the popularity of Virginia- 
raited food doesn't end ft yie /latjon's hp^ndariM. 
Italians have been enjoying Virginia beef since ttie first 
shipment from Soutt^est Virginia two years ago. 

And there's a new (wist t6 tf^ sOling of Virginia feeds 
—by Long Distance telephone auctions to such loca- 
tnns as Baltimore, luffalo, 'PhMadelphn and ntts* 
burgh. This idea, incidentally, originated m our ^te. 

And there's more, muoh more, being ^sed. t^th 
ducad and sold all around us. R^ht in our own back- 
yard, as a matttf of fisct , . 



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ii iw Mitit- ofr Adoptkn of 

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fN«l|ect (tf tiiis aidt is tt fol- 
IM: fMCE MOTfCe. that we 
immmt tte CirciA Court (rf tbe 
any iiVkgaia BMck. on the Snd 
iV it B tp u nb a . MM att 10:0Q 
tm, ts geot M ttmaA to the 
uMpOwi of Wmam Dtoad fiUv- 
4ri t^ IheBias D. Or^boo mi 
mitffnU. Orwbaa. 

4n as i^fidanit hiving beeo 
nmh ni fiiad O^ the oidural 
kiBm k a ioiK«ikhat of tht 
iMa It Yirpria. the last fawwo 
p«ft aAee adcfams being: Baki- 
wan, Hain^aBd. it is wdered that 
ha At tppear here withbi 10 (ten) 
i^jFS «tar doe piddicatiaD hereof. 
wl do wtialmer inqr be necea- 
a«y ta pntoct his iitorest in Uiis 



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JOOI V. raNTRBSS, Cleric 

By: J. OUROS rWXM. DJC. 

Brydgos, Branca tt IfeKemy 

US y#i^ Road 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

» 1 4T 



COMMIHtlfPEiULfB Of VUtCaNU 

m THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CmCUlT OOWIT OF Tlffi- 
CITY OP VHKHNIA BEACH. ON 
TflE Mh Day of August 1966. 
LEA RAE SMOEY WOUER, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WQUAM HARRY iUILUEZl, 

Defendant. 
OROBR OR PUBLICATION 

The object of tUs siot is to- the 
said defendant to obtain a merger 
«( a divorce a nansa ettilKroiiito 
a divorce a viacuio mabinxnii 
from the pku^ <m the grounds 
of cnidty and desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the plaints 
is not a residcot of the St^ of 
Virginia, the last Imown post office 



• UOALNDTiei 

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adiheas beji^: SUB Bdmort Ave., 
DaOas l, "Feaaa, it is ordered that 
die do iflMar here widihi 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do wh^ may be necessary to 
protect her taterest in this suit. 
A Cojf^— Teste: 

J. OJBTIS FE&M. Dep. Ciak 
R. H. HofJrins, Atty., pq. 
a06 Kre^ Bidg., 
Nnfolk, Va. 23510 

9 14T 



OHNMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE 0LE2U('S OFFICE OF 
THE CIROJIT COURT OF TOE 
CSTY OF VffiGINIA BFJHCH. ON 
WE mh Day of August, 1966. 

i&:len uxm£ hm£ sauls. 

Plaintiff, 
gainst 

WILLIAM AUEN SAlHiS. De- 
fendant. 

Older cf PnUlctfaa 
Hk object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a ^vorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, on 
the grounds of desertion. 

Ai^ an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a residoit of tbe State <A 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address bdng: New York 



• UOALNOnCil 



City, New Ywk, it is (ff6eni 
that he do ai^ie^ here within 10 
(tai) days after due puUkation 
hereof, and do wh^ may be nee- 
cessary to protect his interest in 
this ^t. 
A C(^— Teste: 
JEANETTE S. JONSS, D. C. 
Cnnmrdl and Laytcm, p.q. 
P, p. Box 5211 
Virgiida Beach, Virginia 

9 1 «r 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

I IN THE CLERK'S OFPIOE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
the 6th Day of Sepetmber, 1966. 
BEVERLY JEAN PEELE COR- 

BIN. Plaintiff, 
against 
DANIEL OHARLES CORBIN, De- 

foidant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said def^idant, upon the grounds 
of willful desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 

made and filed that due diligence 

has been used by or in behalf of 

j the cnnplainant to ascertain in 



ndttt county or corporation the 
defendant ia radd^ without ef. 
feet; Uie laM known Post Office 
beuig, OSS Tratfaen DO 3», c/o 
Fleet Post Office. San Ft«ncisco, 
California, it is <a6ered that he 
do appear hfen within 10 (ten) 
days after due pidrikation hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this aiiL 
A copy— Terte: ' 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qerit 
Fine. Fine. Legum, Scbwan ft 

Fine 
720 Law Buiklii^, Horfolk, Va. 

9 a 4T 



COMMfmWEALIH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CUatK'S OFFKE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINI A BEAC H. ON 
THE 14th DAY OF SEPIEMffiai, 
1966. 

OWEN A. MOSS, Plaintiff, 
against 
ELSIE McKININEY IM08S, 

Defendant. 
OKDEB, OF PUM.ICATION 

The (*ject of this suk is for the 
said plaintJif to obtain a divorce 
from the said defendsmt, wpon the 
grounds of desalion or separation 
for over two years. 



• IIOiA|l|9flG» 

And an affidavit faavii^ be* 
made and filed &i« tiie deleniatt 
is not a resideot of the IJtate ol 
Vh^ii^a, die last known post office 
bong: Liverpod. E^oi^and. A i$ 
ordered tliat she do appear here 
witiim 10 (toi) days after due p«ri> 
licatkm hereof, and do what mej 
be nwessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 

A Copy—Teste: 

JOKN V. iFEMI^SS, deric 

By: J. cuims FRurr. d. c. 

Victor J. Ashe. P.Q. 
1134 Oiurch Street. 
Norfolk. Vu^inia 

922«r 



COMMONWEALTH (»' VIRGINU 

m the; custK's office of 
THE CTRonr court of Tift 

CITY OF VIRGiINIA BEiMM, ON 

THE IStfa DAY OF SEPTEIMBER 

1966. 

JOHN RDCHARD WINTON. JR. 

Plaintiff, 
agaimt 
JOANNA GRACE BENNHNGltW 

WINTO?!. Defendant. 
0RM:R op PUBLICATION 

fllie object of this is for the said 
plaintiff to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the said de- 




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maie and filed that the <Mmlfliit 
is Kit a resident of the State of 
VirgiBia, the laat knomi post office 
adtaas beiqg: 1Q30 laAaa Avenye, 
itiit. A., Cntmado. CtMornia. it 
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JOHM V. fWS^TBESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUITT, D.C. 
C. Lydon Harrell. Atty., P.Q. 
Board of IVade Building, 
Mnrioii, Virginia 

92e4T 



At a Special Tmn of the Snpcme 
C«tt< held at Oe Coarthanae hi tte 
VOage of GodM, New Yoik on 
(he «Ui day of September. INS. 
FRCSBNT 

HONORABLE HUGH S. COYIfi 
Justiee of the Supreme Court 
In ^ Mator of the Apt^cation 
OF 
JOHNOOMISKEY 

to procure an Ordar Dissolving Us 
marriage to Helen Cuniskey. 

It {4^)e£ffing to the satisfactian 
of the court by the petition of Jdtia 
Conuskey, verified the 28tfa day of 
Aug., 1966 that Hden Comiskey, 
the wife of the petitioner has ab- 
sented herself for five successive 
years then last past without being 
known to the said John Comity 
to be living diving that time; that 
the sud Jdm Caai^ey believes 
his saii wife, Hdoi Qmiisfcey to 
be dead; that due and diligent 
search has been made by the pe- 
titioner to dijscover evidence ^w- 
ing that his wtfe, the said Helen 
Coiniskey is Uving and the petition, 
among other things, diow^ that 
no such evidence has been found; 
and it satisfactorily appearing to 
me that the notice hereto annexed 
is to proper form and in accord- 
ance with Section 7-a of the Domes- 
tic Relations Law; and that the 
proposed date of the he&ring herein 
will not be less than forty days 
after the completion of the publi- 
cation of such notice. 

Ncpv. on reading and filing tiie 
<?aid petition and notice and aifter 
hearing, Michael A. Gurda, Esq., 
attorney for the petitioner herein, 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that 
the annexed notice herein directed 
to the said, Helen Comiskey to be 
published in the Virginia Beach 
Sun, a newspaper published in 
Va. Beach, Virginia being the 
newspaper hereby designated as 
most likeLy to give notice to said 




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veirter 17tb-0nce k week for 8 
weeks at $8.00. 

4:005:00 p4n.-&hool age be- 
ginners oidy. 

Remember!!! VWCA member- 
ship and Dbctors Health State- 
ment are necessary. B*hing caps 
must be worn in the Cavalier Pool. 
m instructors are Red Cross quid^ 
ified. 

Golf wiQ b^ Septend>er 39 
Qmx NoveidMr 3 on Ttursdays 
for 6 wetjcs at 16.00. Be at Stumpy 
Lake to KdtqjsviBe at 10:00 a.m. 
No equipment is necessary. 

On Friday, Septen^ier 23 thni 
November 11 there wiH be ah 8 
week ooirse hi 00 PalathiR. The 
course wiD be given in the YWCA 
attic from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
for $15.00. 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Helen Comiskey, once each week 
for three successive weeks, and 
that (HI or before the first day of 
niiblication, the petitioner deposit 
in the po^ office in Middletown, 
N.Y., a set of copies of the notice, 
petition and this order contained 
in a securely pots-oaid wrapper 
du^cted to the said Helen Comis- 
key at Atlantic Hotel and Apart- 
ments. 1088 E. Ocean View Avenue, 
NorfoHt, Vii^^. 
ENTER 

S/HUGH S. OOYLE, 
Justice of the Supreme Court 

922 3T 




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• IKAl NOTICES 

IN THE CUaaC'S CFFICE OF 
TI^^ CmCUiT COURT O? TKE 
OTY C(F VTRQjNLA PiSACa ON 
T'V KXh DAY OF SEPTEL\X!m, 

JOHN M. PbrtTBR ard 

iaaaROA S. FOITER, Husband 
and wife, 

2r4A Paris Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
COTipkinants 
vs ' 

21*^^ VT:Ri!;r.'TA BB\CH PiLVD 
Vna^v.x PRM-r^, VIRGH'NIA 
Fmni C. RK'CM. Tra^tM 

Nni'FOL.K. V:RiG'37\ 

ROYD E. KELtrAjM. JK., Trus- 

Vi NTiT-TH PIAZA TPAT. 

v'RQimiA ?mm, vmoisJjiiA 

GEORGE GRIiMSTBAD. 
JO^'P^PH GiRt1M!STF>4(D. 
Cl'TiRTi^ GiRTiMSTEAD, 

piynr.Am girimste-im), 

W. PRIESTON GRmSTBAD 
JORDA<\ T. GRIMSTEM) 

B0XA^1v^ vr,T,saN ano'l^.^el- 

TiTT5 Wt!t <Tiv. Her Husbar.d, 
F ,^ EN HENLEY. 

r^OMAS GR'!>^!STEI'D.' 

GT50RGE T. DWIS, 

AVNFE LAND and OSQ\iR LAND, 

Ht HuFlhaf^d. 
LO'TrSA COSTON AND S\MUEL 

roSTTON. Per Hi»c,baj;d, 
W^iT.T^R BOWD^N. 
SVTIVPTER Pi^iRI^UR, 
O^nXR GRi'^fSTEAD 
HARRY ORTMSTEAD 
m\ P^HTOUR. 
,»i\nvjTiE WTRi^GHT, 
STArnLA'iR W^iRTGiHT. 
Jam WRTGHT. 
FRAi\>K WRTGHT. 
A'O. 'WfTIiMMS. 
FRA^'K THOMAS. 
Unknown parties who mav be in- 
terred in the Grim?tcad grave- 
yard, and all narties having visi- 
tation or other rights in the 
Grimstead graveyard located on 
the parcel designated "J. D. Mur- 
den 5.1 Ac." on the recorded plat 
entitled "Property of Rebecca 
Hyter, located near London 
Bridge-Princess Anne Co., Va.", 
if living, or if anv <rf them be 
dead then the surviving ^jouses. 
heirs, devisees, and successors 
in tifcJe of such said defendants, 
whose last known postoffice ad- 
dress is unknown, and who are 
made parties defendant by the 
general description of "Parties 
unknown". 

Defendants 
JHIDER OF PUBLICTION 
This suk is iH-ought pursuant to 
the provisiMis of Section 57-39 of 
the Code of Virginia of 1960, as 
amended, for the punx)seof having 
the remains interred in the aban- 
doi^d-fifaveyard of the Grimstead 
famfijL^^OMl^ .on the parcel des- 
i^t^"J. D. MurdeJI 5.1 Ac" on 
the recorded plat entitled "Prop- 
«1y of Rebecca Hvter, kcated 
near London Bridge-Princess Anne 
Co., Va." removai to some more 
suitable repository, by a reputable 
funerd director, in strict accord- 
ance with the standards of his pro- 
fessifflj, and -in a manner having 
due resoect for the dead and the 
sensibilities of their living heirs 
and next of kin. 

And affidavit having been made 
and Hied that all parties respondent 
arc imtaown; that their wherea- 
bouts are unlcnown and their last 
and present post office adckesses 
are unknown; 

It is aecordingly Ordered and 
Decreed that the rfwve naned per- 
sons, the t)eirs-at-iaw and next of 
kin of. GEORGE GRIMSTEAD, 
JOSEPH GRIMSTBSD, CHARLES 
GRIMSTEAD. SINCLAIR GRIM- 
SmEAD. W. PRESTON GRIM- 
STEAD, JORDAN T, GR'IfM- 
STB.AD, ROXANNA WILSON AND 
LTBELrUS wn^SON, h«- husband, 

elij:n hemjey, whlliam 

GRliMSTEAD. THCMA£ ORIM- 
SrrE\0. CALVIN DAVIS, 
GEORGE T. DAVIS. ANNIS 
LAND AiND OSCAR LAND, her 
husband. LOUia\ COSTON AND 
SAMU'EL COSTON, hei< husband, 
W\LTEIR EOUDEN, SYLVES- 
TER BARBOUR, OSCAR GRIM- 
STEAD. HARRY GRfNiSn-lAD, 
IDA BARBOUR. ANNIE WRIGHT. 
SINCLAIR, WRIGHT. JOHN 
WRIGHT. FRANK WRIGHT. JNO. 
WILLIAMS, FR.ANK THOM.AS, 
Unknown parties who may be m- 
terred ia the Grarustead grave- 
yard, and all parties having visi- 
tation or other rights in the Grim- 
stead @-aveyard located on the 
pared desipated "J. D. Murden 
5.1 Ac." on the recorded plat en- 
titled "Property d Rebecca Hyter. 
located near London Bridge-'Prin- 
cess Anne Company. Vk-ginia," 
if living, or if any of them be 
dead then the surviving fpouses, 
heirs, devisees, and succesetws in 
title of saeh said defendants, whose 
last known pobtoMioe adik^s is 
unknown, and who are made par- 
ties driMdnt by the gewral 6> 
Krriptiflft if "Parties Uticown". 
do app^r wttMn tsi diars aft«r 
due piMcation erf this Order, and 
do what is neca^ary. to protect 
Lheir iirterrate. 

And it is tettier Opiered that a 
copy of this Order be pubWied 
once a week for four succsarre 
vedts in Va. Beach Syn, a news- 
paper p«i)ia»ed and having general 
cirrubtion ia the City of Virginia 
Bej&. iHid tfiat a c<vy hereof be 
posted at the frwst door of the 
Courthouse of the Circuit (burt d 



• LEGAINOTICK 

gir.'ia. , " ' ■ ■, 

A Copy Testa: 

JOHN V. FENTKBS. Clek 
%: J. CUBrS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges and Broyles, P.Q. 
1360 Laskm Road 
Virginia Beach. Vii^Inia 
Campbell and Gregory, PQ. 
610 board of Trade BuH^g 
Norfol, Virginia 9 22 4T 



NcyncE 

STATE OF r®W YORK 
SUPREME ICOURT: ORAINGE 
OOLiNTY 

In tihe Matter of the Application 

OF 

JOHN COMISKBY 

to procure an Order Dissolving his 

marriage tD Helei Comiskey. 

TO: IffiLiSN COMISKEY 

Take notice that a petition has 
been presented to this Bourt by. 
Jchn Comiskey. your husband, for 
dipschition of your manlage 'on 
tf.ie ground that you absented your- 
self for five successive years test 
past without being known to hkn 
to be yvLTg and that he believes 
you to be <kad, and that pursuant 
to an Order of said Court entered 
the IS day of September, 1936. a 
hearing will be had upon said pe- 
tition at the said Supreme Court, 
Spec'al Term, in the County Court 
House in the City of N;wbur^ Or- 
ange County, State of New York on 
the 7th day of November, 1966 at 
9:30 o'clock in the forenoon. 

Dated: Middletown, New York. 
JOHN COMISKEY. Petitioner 
Miohad A. Gurda. Esq. 
Attorney for Petitioner 
41 Ddson Avenue 
Middletown, New York 9 22 3T 



LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE C^ 
IME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIIA BEACH, ON 
TOE 22nd DAY Of AUGUST, 1966. 
GLORIA G. ROWLEY. Plaintiff 
against 

WALTER A. ROWLEV, Jr.. De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Tlie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro, 
to be in due time merged into an 
absohite divorce. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virgtoia, the last known post of- 
fice address bang Chiefs Bar- 
rack's, Charleston Navy Yard, 
Charleston, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 days afta- due publica- 
tkm hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOIHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CWITIS FRUFT! D.C. 
Sacte, Sacks, & K^all 
Virginia Natiosal Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk,, Virginia 

9 1 «• 



CMIMONWEALTH OF VIRGIMA 

m THBE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 12th IX\Y OF SEPTEMBiai, 
1966. 
JAMES FRANCIS WISE, JR. 

Plaintiff, , 
against 

LAURA .W. WISE, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant on the grounds of 
wilful and unlawful desertion and 
ab^Kkinnaent for a period of more 
than two year. 

And an affidavit having hem 
made and filed that tine defend- 
ant is not a residoit of the State 
of Vvginia, the last known post 
office address being: 8 N Taiboro 
Road. Raleigh. North Carolina, it 
is ordered that she do a{^}ear here 
within 10 (toi) days after due 
pi^Ucation hereof, and do what 
lOBy be necessary' to protect h^ 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FiaiTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CUiRTIS FI«JIT. D.C. 
J. Hugo Madison. Atty. 
1017 Church Street 

Norfok, Virginia 



CtAOfmiWEAL'ra W VIRGINIA 

IN Wffi CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
aTY OF VIRGINIA BiBACH, ON 
IIB Ml DAY OF SEPlEMffllt. 
193S 
ETISL MAE V/UjUAMS, 

maintifi. 
agaiittt 

RAtfH K. WILLIAMS. Defendant, 
tmmR OF PUBUCATMm 

^e (^ject of tMs suk ht tte 
■aid pii^tiff to obtain a divorce 
a vmcule matrinvaiii from the 
said ddeodant. upon the ^ixads 
<d detertron- 

Aa atbdaxk having be«i made 
(^ (Uigmee )»s hem med <m or 
ia bd^ ii the gwiphmMt to 
{ind in which county (m- corpora 
tm tha defendant is, without ^- 
fect: the kn. known poit office 
adfiress being. Route 1 Bn »15. 
Vkgii^ Beach, Virginia, it is 
oniered that be do appear te-e 
wilHin 10 (tra) days after 4ve 
puUicatkin bereni, and do what 
may be necessary to protect Ws 
interest ui liis suH, 
A C3py— Teste: 
JOHN V. FORTRESS. Clerk 
By; J. CURTIS FWOT. D.C. 



Brydges, Biroy^ k WMeaty 
1389 Lasfcin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 15 4(T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

LN THE CUSRK'S OFFICE Of 
THE CTSCUdT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 8th IXAY OF SEPTEMIBER, 
1936. 
ANTHONY JOHN 

PEETRUSaKIEWICZ. JR., 

Plaindff, 
against 
EDITH KAM SUN 

PffiTRUSZKHEWsKZ. 
Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiSf to obtain an Annul- 
ment from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Section 20- 
54 of the Code of Virginia as 
amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1818 Anna 
Puni areet. Honolulu, Hawaii, it 
is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A Cony-Teste: 

JOHN V. FE^T^R!ESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FlRUrr, D.C. 
Brj'dges & Broyles 
1389 La£^n Road 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

9 15 fl" 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINM BEACH. ON 
THE 24th Day of AUGUST, 1966. 
MIRIAM B. KIRBY, Plaintiff, 
against 

ROBERT 0. KIRBY. Sr., Defen- 
dant. 
ORDER OF [PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the complinant to ascertain in 
which city or county the defend- 
arrt is, without effect, the last 
known post office address bdng: 
741 Bottino'Lane, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro. 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J CURTES FRUIT, D. C. ' 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
1369 Laskin Road. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 4T 



NOTICE 

VIRGINU: 

The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
(m Monday, S^)teni)er 26. 1966 at 
10 ok:k>ck A.M. at which time 
persons will be heard for and 
against the fdlowing j^oposed 
changes of zoning, use pwrnits, 
etc.: 

Application of R & P Develop- 
ment Corp. by Cromwell and Lay- 
ton. Attorneys, for a change of 
raning from Residence Sd[)U(i>3n 
District 3 (R-S 3) to General In- 
du^rial District 2 (M-I 2) on cer- 
tain {M-operty fronting ^ feet on 
the North side of Oconee Avenue, 
fronting 460 feet on the Western 
property line 770 feet nwre ot 
less aloi^ the Nortfiem {Mx^rty 
line and 4^ feet along the East^n 
property line. Lynnhaven Borough. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. City Clerk 
By: MARGARET M. HOOD. D.C. 

9 16ZT 



VIRGINIA: 

iN THE CffiCUrr OOUHT 0¥ 
TME CITY OF VIRGH^iLA BE.ACH 
On IIk 28th Day of August, 1966. 
In the Matter of ViRGB^U NA- 
TIONAL BANK. ExecuUv of the 
Estate of C. D. BARNARD. De- 
ceased. 

SHOW CAl^E ORDER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Vir- 
gkua National Baidc, Executor of 
the Estate of C. D. Barnard, tfe- 
ceased, and of the debts and de- 
mands against his estate has been 
filed in the Cl^k's OHke of tlus 
Court, and IhM six moo^ have 
el^»ed since the gualifiotion, on 
motion d said Vir^ia National 
Bank, Exectdnr, of the EMate of 
C. D. Barnard, <^t«sad, it is 

OIUJOSD that the creifeters d, 
and aU otho-s interested in. the 
Estate (rf C. D. Barnard, decre- 
ed, do show cause, i any they 
can, on the 6th day of Octobn-.' 
1M6, before this Cowt. in As 
oouitroera, apiait tte payment 
aod ddvery of ^ EMale of -C. 
D Barnard, itceaud, to tte ifia. 
tribuleea without raqiarag refond- 

It \& further ORI«aH) that 
Ums Show Cauic Order be piA>- 
lished once a wwk k» four aic- 
cessive weeks in ^ Virginia 
Beach Sun, a nansp^ier having 
gSMral circuiitioQ m the City (i 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 22, 1966 



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• LEGAL NOTICES 

Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: R. H. WEST, D. C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, Dick- 
son & Spindle, p.q. 
1115 Pacific Avenue ^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 1 « 

VIRGINU: 

IN THE CIRCUTr COURT OF 
TI!E CIT/ OF VIRGINIIA BEACH 
On The 31st Day of August, 1966. 
ELIZ.ABETH WALLACE, Com- 

plainaiA 
vs. 
SEAiBOARD CITIZENS NA'OON- 

AL B.ANK, et al, Respondente. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to have 
a certain alleged Last Will and 
Testament and Odicils purported- 
ly executed by Adslaide M. Hay^, 
which were admitted to probate in 
the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court, of the City of Vkginia 
Beach on the 13th day of ^January 
1936, declared invalid. 

And affidavit havmg been liia^ 
and filed that Thomas J. Garrity, 
541 Harwocd Avenue, Baltiitlote 
Maryland, Marion Quaile. 28^ 
Bell Boulevard, Bayside, Long 
Island, New York. Father Knoep- 
fel, S. J. St. Francis Xavier, 16th 
Street (between 5th and 6th Ave.) 
New York, New York, Katharine 
Buel, 79th and East River Drive, 
New York, New York, Mother 
Rose Lathrop Home for Cancer 
Patients. Hawtliorne. New York, 
Little Sisters of the Poor, New 
York, New YoHc, Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, New York, New York, 
New York Assn. of the Blind, New 
York, New York, The Monastery, 
Union City, New Jersey, Home 
for the Aged, New York, New 
Yoik. St. Elizabeth Hospital for 
Tubercular Patients, Bronx, New 
York, New York, Hospital for the 
Ruptured and Crippled, New York, 
New Yoric, and Memorial Hospi- 
tal of New York City, New York, 
New York, are not resklents of 
the State of Virginia; 

It is ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendants, namely 
Thomas J. Garrity, Marion Quaile, 
Fath» Knoepfel, S. J., Katherine 
Buel, Mother Rose Lathrop Home 
for Cancer Patients, Little Sis- 
ters d the Poor, Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, New York Assta. of the 
Blind, The Monastery. Home foi 
the Aged, St £3izab^ Ho9{nU1 
for Tub«-cqlar Patients, Hoapita] 
for the Ruptured and Crippled, 
and Memorial Hos|iila] of New 
York City do appear within ten 
days after due pik}lioatk)n of .this 
Ot&b: and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests. 

It is further ORI^^RED that the 
foregoing portkm of this Order be 
published once a week lor tvk 
successive wedos in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper puWAed 
in the Oty of Virginia BatA, Vir- 
ginia. > 

ELIZA^TTH WALLACE 
By: Thomas C. Beoyies, Cowsel 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOe^ V. FENTBESS, Clerk 
By: Juanita S. Grimstead, DJC. 
Thomas C Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Vii^iata 

9 1 4T 



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COMMONWEAL-ra 01 VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CffiO UlT COUR T OF THE 
CFTY OF VfifefirhEAOH, ON 
The 31st day <^ y^igust, 1966. 
HAJUtY BAUB, Plaintiff, 
again^ 

SANDRA BAUS, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATKm 

Tile object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a Avorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later m«-ged into a divorce 
a vinci^ matrimonii fran the 
sakl d^endaiA, upon the ^txiods 
of desarUm. 

And an affklmt h«vug been 
made and filed j^t due diUgen^ 
has been exncised by the Cqnj- 
plainant h^ein to aac^tain in 
what City, Coiafy or Corpontka 
the Defendant resides bat to no 
avail and that the saki d^endant 
is iwt a resident of tfie ^ate of 
Virginia, the l%t known pe^ of- 
fice address bemg: c/o AtJntk 
Hotel, M» block Gmty Street, 
Norfdk. Va., it is ordered Hm 
^ do appear here wMin tea (M) 
d^ after due pobUatiaB htriuf . 
ud d» whateve- may be neon- 
my to protect her iatarest in Mt 

Silt. 

A Ccpy— Te^: - 

JOHN V. FtmBEBS, Ckrk 

By: Juanita S- Grkmtead. D.C, 

Fr«l W. Ridto. p.q. 

353 Law Buikfiag. Norislt. Va. 

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quirements in 2 muiutes. from ap- 
proximately ISOO we have for sale. 
TUa ukrainodOTi ^lii$ tecimique 
is the greatest advance in Beak 
Estates sales in 90 years. You a^e^ 
invited to see ^e COMPUTER A 
my time. CaQ J. F- Petos, 340- 
3833 or home. 4S4-eB8i. 



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Accordian— Dallape Maestro Pro- 
fessional, 5 base and 12 treble 
switches, with ani'pUfier pick-up 
and controls. Blade and white. 
Excellent condition. $700. Lee Mc- 
Broonr., 340^4c)3. 

9 22 TFN 



93 Household Goo4s 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprcrion 
nylons $3.93 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. 3-24-tfn 



Garage apartment. 2 bedrooms. 
living room, kitchen and bath. 
Water furnished $75 per month 
yearly. No pets. Call 428-«425. 

91S2T 

New 1 ariid 2 bedrooms. Rates 
monthly, wSiter or yearly. Also 
rooms. Conveniently located for 
shopping, bus2s and so forth. In 
the heart of the beach. CaU 428- 
6713. 

922 TFN 



1 bedioom, living room, kitchen, 
bath a.nd large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 b!ojk3 from bsach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 428-4930. 7 28 TFN 



Cavalier Drive, sa8. 3 and 5 room 
apartments furnished. Modern, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. CaM 428-439f 
or MA 2-4575. 7 21 TFN 

APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Aye- 
nue, 428-1330. Wights 428-6S. "" ^ 

3-2-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn . 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 428^666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

nO— ApartmenH Unfurn. 

Duplex - 2 bedrooms, oil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnisiied. Avail- 
able OcU^ 1st. 315 22nd Street. 
Call 428-1940 or 428^113. 

9 8 3T 



111 Apartmonts Fumishod 



3 or 4 room apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2213. 

8 18 TFN 

Suntide Motel aparbnents. 1, 2 or 
3 rooms. All utilities furnished. 
Rental tq^ weds w month. Call 
428«404. 8 4 TFN 

Home-like apartment. 2 bedrooms, 
living room, dining room, kitcha>, 
screened porch, iVz baths. Off 
street parking. Yearly rental to 
adulU. No nets. Holland, 411 22nd 
Street, Call' 4283301. 

9 15 in^ 



RAblffiLOR APARTMENTS 
Large studio living-bedroom with 
full kitchen and dining area, 
breakfast bar, tiled bath with tub 
and shower. All linens, cooKkig 
utensils, dishes and utilities fur- 
nished. Weekly naid service and 
TV optional. 90 day minimum. 
Summertkne luxury at winter tinne 
rates. Call 4284643. 

9 1 TFN 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartmeirt 
and furnished nxnns. Bk)ck 
from Bus Statioa By weok or 
moittb. 

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apartment. Call 428-7886 after 2 
P.iM. 9 8 TFN 



1 bedroom apartments completely 
furnished. All utilities included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. Ko lease 
required. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. 
9 8 TFN 



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TEACHERS — MILITARY 

Furnished Houses and Apartments 
in North Viroinia Beach: Call C. 
Bernard Brown 428-3M4 or 128- 
5683. 

9 8 4T 

113A Houses, Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedrown ?85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 1^9-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



l is Houses — Fumishod 

3 bcdrcoms and carport. |90 
monthly tn .June, 1957. Gail Andwr 
Realty, 428-7421. 

9 15 3T 



3 bedrowns, dining room. Near 
schools, bases and shopping. $100 
monthly year round. Lease re- 
quired. Call 428-8^. 

9 15 TFN 



116 Buiinese Places 
For Rent 



3707 Virp'nia Beach Boulveard. 

Office ai-i retail store space avail- 
able Brand new, beautiful, twc 
itiry elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and Princess A..ine Plaza. Call By 
let Realty, 340-8081 or 3403805. 
12 9-tfn 

real estate for sale 



k .4 nouses For $als 



Wolfsnai-e Plantat:oii'. 2iMe I^nta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms, % b«hs & 
large den on corner lot. $21,900. 
Mr. DcJIart, 340-8591, 34(K8311. 340- 
407;. 8 25 TFN 




Wolf^nare Road, No. 


1816. 3 bed- 


ru)ms, 1 b^ wtUi car P<h1 $12,- 


500. DuHart 34S4a91, 


340-8^11, J40. 


4B71. 


8 25 TFN 



3 and 4 bedroom, 2 Irath, brick 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.L, 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 

125 Lots For Salo 

BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Oiarity Churdi. 2''* 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
^.200. Phone 34&«31L 340-4971, 
340«P1. 3^1-tfn 



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BEER CANS {EMPTY) FROM BAY COLONY were p'fked up by Virginia Beacli Garden Club mem- 
bera Mrs. DavUi <!:iarli and Mn. W. Peyton May (foreground). 



Beer Cans In Bay 
Colony Collected 
By Garden Club 



VmCINM BEAai - "Every 
litter bit hirts," says the old adage, 
and six metrbers of the Virgiiiia 
Beach Garden Qvt M out one 
morning to prove it. 

Bay Colony in Virginia Beach 
Borough is a quiet community, 
proud of its nice homes, lawns and 
gardens. But the gardfjn club mem- 
bers spent only ^btout an hour mov- 
ing very slowly along '.he streets 
ol Bay Colmjy picking i^ only on-' 
article of litter. 



and the Virginia Beach Beautifica-- 
tion Commission said, that home- 
owners and tenants all ovw Vir- 
ginia 'Beach are now beu.^ coniani 
ed askiag thsm to remove littsi 
from their own property and anj 
adja<Jenl unimproved property. 

Sears, Roebuck. Inc., long in 
terested in beautification of com 
munities. has already given $500 
to the Virginia Beach Beautifica- 
tion CommLision to help carry out 
its work, and now the Council of 
Garden I nubs and the Commissicn 
are usirg their latest project, as 
stated ahove, as an enli'y b a con- 
test a'ro spon'-ired by S^ars which 



In Uiat time the ladies filled 
eieW large burlap saris and two 
budiel ba^ts of empty bpc csns 
that were tossed in the gutters 
and on lawns. To prove they had has prizes of $3,000 
really done it they p'led all the 
en^ty cans in the back of a sta- 
tion wagon and had a picture taki'n 
of it. 



Mrs. Lawrence TUtker, a mem- 
ber of the boards of diref?to-« tf 
both the Council of Garden Clubs 



The ladies who ".rent thoir time 
picking up the b^er cons in Bav 
Colo'v said they did not enjoy the 
job and that they were arpalied 
at the number of emoiy beer cars 
they found simply thrown in the 
streets by litterbins. 



Search For 
Murder Clues 
Continues 

VIROINIA BEACH - iChief of 
Detectives Lt. William Davis and 
a team of Virginia Beach detec- 
tives have continued intensive in- 
vestigation into the murder of Mrs. 
Sylvia Babcock, 59. The investiga- 
tion, i«>w two weeks old, has con- 
tinued nearly around the ckxJc and 
has centered on ths questioning 
of hundreds of persons. 

Lt. Davis, ordinarily at his desk 
a large part of the time, has tiirned 
over the paper work to others, 
md has persona'ly been leadii^ 
'he invertigtaion. He has not been 
in his office for comment since 
the miu^er. 

Police Chief J. E. Moore said 
Wednesday, "we mav have a real 
good lead now. It is being diecked 
-.ut." 

The body of Mrs. Bab:ock, who 
had also been sexuakv assaulted, 
ivas found when a neighbor went 
to her bou-e after Mis. Babcock 
did net o-^en her re^urant at 
Long Creek. 

Rcbbeeiy has not b-^cn ruled out 
as the initial motive for entering 
he house. 



Registration 
Deadline Is 
Drawing Near 

VKRGINIA BEACH - The last 
day that potential voters may 
register for the November General 
Election is October 8. 1966. By 
State law, the books are ck)sed 
thirty days prior to an election 
and are reopened after the elec- 
tion. The General Election is J^o- 
vember 8. 

Mrs. Anna Cotton, Gentu'a] Regis- 
trar of Virginia Bearh, has urged 
all potential voters to register as 
soon as possible. She suggested 
that anyone who had any question 
concerniiig registration procedures 
or the tocation of precinct registrai 
call the General Registrar's office 
at City Hall. The number is 426- 
0111. 

The Registrar's office at City 
Ha^l will be open all day on the 
final day of registration, Octobar 
8. The oflice, which is net usually 
open on Saturday, will have hiurs 
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on that day. 

(Precinct registrars are also jwe- 
pared to have additional hours on 
the final day of registration, ac- 
Gordii% to Mrs. Cotton. 

-xinnWi"yan«>ong iw -n* tw» 

U. S. Senaiors fiom Virginia and 
the First DistrkH Congressman, 
voters in Virginia Beach will also 
be asked to vote on a Virginia Con- 
stitutk)nal amendment, tm super- 
visors of the Virginia Dare Soil Md 
Water Conservation IMstrict and 
probably on a $7 million bond is 
sue. 

CRy Council has given final ap- 
proval to the bf|il issue, wh*ch 
must now be called by the courts. 
Officials are still hcoefid of getting 
thfe issue before the voters of Vir- 
ginia Beach on November 8. 



Beach Seeks 
Jr College 

VIRGINIA BB\CH - City Caun 
cil to:k two major steps in the 
'ield of education at its regalar 
meeting Monday. 

rcurcil heard r?quest& froir 
Mts. Marge Reynolds and Mrs 
Ange'a Co'field, rs-:d?nt« of Prin- 
cess Anne P'aza, who asksd thit 
the C3un:!il co ah?ad with nlan- 
for an additional elementary 
school in the area. "We have 12 
rer cent of the city's total school 
popu'ation and only eight per cent 
of the schools," Mrs. Reynold- 
said. "We have 3,500 school-age 
eh'ldren, but only three schools 
with a 2,800 pupil capacity," she 
said. 

At present a large percentage of 
chool children from the plaza 
area are being bussed to other 
schools, outside their area. 

In view of the situation council 
agreed to begin work immediately 
on a T'ow school, without waiting 
'or approval of the $7 million bond 
issue which has about $2.5 million 
for new schools. City Manaee* 
W. Ru ^sell Hatchett said the city 
has enou^ money to go ahea,-' 
with the p'an until the bond issue 
i? approved. 

The pro-xjsed school will house 
students of grades 1-7 in 23 class- 
rc<Hns and will be located on a 15- 
acre site at the south e^.d of Hol- 
land Road. 

The one school is positiveJv a<: 



LONG SESSION OCT. 10 



City Marina And Gas 
Stations Head Long 
City Council Docket 






VTRGINIA EiSACH — A city of zoning from limited commercial v;ill approve these applications, 

marina, gas tjtations and a trailar to general commercial and "use Applications for six different gas 

park head the list ol zoning and permits to construct a city marina stations will come up before coun- 

use permit applications to be facsd and other necessary facilities" at cil at the same time. The stations 

by City Council when it meets Oct. Long Creek. A dredge has begun will be located on the west s.de of 

10 at Princess Anne "ourt- House, diggin;^ out sand at the marina. 

The application fcr the city ma- an operation tiiat ii expected to 

rina is made by the department of take four months. There is little 

public works and requests a change doubt as to whether or not council 



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WJtchduck Road near Richard Rd- : 
at the southwest corner of Prir3e.ss 
Anne Road and Newtown Road; at 
tile southwest intersection of White- 
hurst Landing Road and Provi- 
( d.-'nce Road; on the east side of 
S,iuth L\nrhav:n iRoad, acrrss 
from Fern Ridge Kord; at flie 
sauthAcst ccmer of Third Street 
and Rosejnont Road; and at t^e 
nor.beast comer of Lyniihaven Hd. 
ord Foundry Lane. 

There are also applications frwn 
two sources for more than 360 
apartment units. Nathan S. Gume- 
nidc seeks a zoning cha;:ge from 
resdence duplex to multip|le fanuly 
residence and a use permit to con- 
struct 2fl8 apartment units at ^e 



a s«oood one being started 
with it 

Council also apoomted a th">?- 
man board to study the possibility 
>f establishing a junior college ir 
Virginia Beach. 

liie three-member board con- 
-^ists of Lynnhaven Councilman 
Dewey Simmons, Bayside Council- 
man Larry Marshall and at-large 
Councilman George Ferrell. 

•nie suggested site for such a 
junior college is part of the 550- 
acre Upton Farm and is located on 
North Landing Rofd. 

(iContinued On Page 5.\) • 




MEMBERS OF THE ELKS men on hand Saturday moraing to break ground for the Greater Tide- 
wMer Fair. The beach tervioe chib is eo-^iontoring the weel(-long show. (Sun photo by Moore) 



[QUESTION ASKED AND ANSWERED 



^"^Hey, Buddy - Wanna Buy Fort Story^ 



By H. JOSEPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 



most taken in. In Norfolk the story for sale. "That land is worth about a millkm relinquished all rights to the land, 

was different. Irvestorr. were taken One well-kncwn real estate deal- doHars." etc. 

VlRGINTA EFIVCH — Po^ly j^ gnd allegedly made a deposit er in Virginia Beach said. "I've It was agreed that a deposit The agent then set i»p an anoint - 

the conversati<m went something ^ $15,000 on one of tJi.i parcels, been hearing nmors for te» years wouU be hdd until the matter was ment for that afternoon with a 

like this: accordhig to reliable sMirces. that it was ftn- sale." settled. Ttei the deal was turned lawyer, who took one liok at the 

'Tst, buddy! Wanna* buy the siice that time, htnvever. they bi U»e lateit case in Vir^ia over to a man in Norfolk who sup- entire matter and c'ainned crimi 



trwMyn Bridge?' 

"Of course not 
tAe nie for?" 1 

'X]K. Wanna' Iniy Fort Story?" 

'^y, now I mi^ be interested 
indwt" 

■fljgt is not how it hx'"'>«>«l in 
the cases in Norfolk and Vireinia 
Beach recently, but it cou'd hive, 
nim-flan artiste were working a 
new variation o^'the oM con same 
and were ofieriDg parcels of tend 
on Port aory for sale 



have had at least half of the mon<?v Beach, a ntao from Norfolt ccn- 

What do you returned to them and orobably t^cted a real atate ^ent in Vir- 

I all of it, according to the same ginia ©"adi mi to'd him h« wa- 



posecUy had the deed. nal intent was apparent. He said 

A few days later the agent's he fdt certain the entiic thing was 
friend rushed in excitedly and said fraudulent. 



sources. 

The fact that Fort Storv cou'd 
be for sale is not so far-frtched. 
R* Army sources assure us it is 
thA. There have been stories a'd 
rumors for .•everal v.^ars that t(x 



"on to 



h"t" Th" agent "We have a diance to get another 



Tlie real esate agent calie I an 

agait of the FBI. who said 'he 

,. . ^ ^^ L L ji J matter was not in his jurisdiction. 

Had Ae niatter been hand.ed ^^^ p^ ,^ alleged^v added. 



k-«w the mm we!! pnd did Out parcel adiacait to the first one, but diffwently and anxious oersons .-^^ ^.^^y ^ ^^ Washington 
Anibt the story mer. the man we need |».Q00 right awav. It has acted qukkly, they couH have Mont^nent as tone as they don't 



given the money to the man and 
the. man wouW ha%'? disappeared. 



move it." 
The flan-ram artists 



are re- 



said the Army was «etthig rid of to be in Wadilngton thki after 

FDrt anrv. that the bid^ were al- noon" 

ready In WaAington and th.it one The man had the deed to the BiM this Ume. it did rot happen 

Armv facility cou'd be declared rarcel. the fim IVJO feet just inside first parcel si that tirrie and the The men in Virginia Beich eauj^ portedlv stlH in tfie area however 

sufPhis W. RusseH Hatchett. Vir- tfie soutti gate of Fort St^ry. «ndd a(!ent asked to look at it. It turned uo wIBi the scheme. The men in it is dodbthd that they are still 

ginia li?ach Citv Manager, has be bwwht for 000,000. out to be an unnotanied deed and NorWk acted too quickly, it would operating. A good pi?ce of advice 

sakl often he hoo« the C*v of Tof^tiMr the two men weit to akbou^ it was wdl drawn, kicked seem. in aov event wouH be to run . . . 

A couDie of people in Vii^a Virginia Bea* wiH have a chance fflj investor w*o agreed to provkk susoktoua to the agent Tbe dsed The ajjCTt's fri«)d saki later he quickly, if anyone savs. 'Hey 

^ t* buy ^ tort, should it I'vw be the raoa^r- He reported taU. saU iiat ifae U. & gomvnent was can(deteiy takn in by 'M boddbr! Wama buy Fort Smyf' 



THE GREATER TIDEWATER FAIR will have fully paved tent 
floors and cover 33 acres. (Sun photo by Moore) 

Tidewater Fair Opens Mon. 

VIRGINIA iBEACH - The first 
major fair staged in the Tide- 
water area since 192i> throws up its 
.lanunoth tents this weekend a. 
Hilltop. 

The fix-day Greater Tidew.nter 
Fair begins next Mordav and is 
expected to dra.v '0,000 daily v.si 
tors. 

The fair will be ha^d at H'Utoo, 
facrg First Coloi.ial P.oad b2twe3n 
Laskin Road and Qld Virginia 
Beach Blvd. It is located on a 33- 
acre site. 

The fair is spon-orfd by Virginia 
Be?.ch Elks Lnd?? 2?r8 bene'itt nj.' 
charities supported by Lhe lodge. 

It will feature many outitardin? 
nrrgranns in addition to the asual 
fair highlights — livestock, com- 
mercial- exhiits, agricultural and 
industrial booths. 

Tliere will be the same midway 
I currerrtly in use at the State Fair 
I in Richmond and it will be a 10- 
: hour coeration setting u? the mid- 
way this weekend. 

Tliere will alio be an independ:nt 
midvay in which civic organiza- 
tiorr. churches and ether groups 
will have stands. 

The fair wfll include puppet 
t shows, a dinner tbeitre-in-the- 
mund, an art exhibit and a fashion 
show. 

Free attractions will include Cir- 
cus Fleete, a Eluropean-style one- 
ring circus, and Uncle Heavy'; 
Pork ITwp Revue. 

The far is rtate-chartered. 

Judy ktvkk of Virginia Beach 
will reign Ihrot^hout the week as 
Miss Greater Tidewater Fiir. 

An intereating feature as to how 
the fairwounds wero lakl out was 
revea'ed WeAiesdav. John Shand 
presidert of the F,'k<^ said Mlt" 
Schafer and the Atlantic Go4»atro! 
helicopter were used in planning 
of the fair, "ffs a kit easier to see 
it from the air rather than walk 
over the oitire 33-acre site." Shtfid 



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scheme and had a^led in good 
faith. The agent and the investor 
from Virginia Beach hn<J als-o acted 
in good faith, according to reliable 
sources. 



imes A. Monaco is askiig for a 
change of zonino frrm retail boti- 
ness to multrple family resident 
and a use permit to construct 48 
apartmert u"iis on the .'"uthwest 
corner of 19th St. and Mediterran- 
ean Avenue, 

George W. Halstead. Jr., has ap- 
olied for a change of zoning from 
residence su'ourban to general In- 
dustrial and a use pormit to oper- 
ate a trailer park on a 122-acre 
tract of land on the CenterviUe 
Turnpike beginning at the Che»a- 
wakeVirginia Beach city limits. 
The Turnoike is western edge of 
the property. 

Along the same Tnc. Walter T. 
Hulchin has a^nlifd for a zoning 
har-'e frrm mu'tiu'e family resi- 
drnce to ""'enl cmmerci"! and , 
a w^ rTmit to o-erat" a trai'cr ■ 
-toraoe 'ct H'W fe-^t south of Har- 
^-„ H„„4 ...,! 105 fget \vest of 

Oceana Boulevard. 

T'"r"> jr .f-'.- 'rom th" ''*iinn'''g 
Cop-missi' n will n't He the on!v 
-rb'fTPs 'acin!* C'iii."Pi' at its n^'xt 
m?etin<» T'lere w'!l als< S^ report ^ 
from th" "itv 'Mt^Tiev. f'itv Man- 
ager -nd possib'y from other fronts 
a= wr'l 

'M^'dav c u-^'m! iiet ''•ir ^'Tost 
an bur. Usually th" re-nid ses- 
sion '■f p'''"b mon'h '« -li >'t and 
h^s verv' I'ft'p bu-in ^.= brought be- 
fore council. 

'n money ''-ntt •■ Monday. Coun- 
cil, on seci:nd re ding: 

0k A""ro' vd Stt.OOO 'or nu^h^<? 
ol lard in Princess Anne Plazn 

9 A'Tprd to loan C. 300.32 ; ;ho 
Oceana V i nteer Fire D?" 1 t-rcnt 
for the "urchase of ne%v '(i.ii'ment 

• A'kscated $500 f'r the oit- 
chs'-e of pixnerty ::t the Court 
Foil* c<"TnDlex. 

A T'-'^'sfTred .'8^ 1<X) frn-ri \yo 
.^•Vic B»iiWn<'s- ?• -'.ion of the ST 
mi"'on b"rd i-su.' to firi' di'oart- 
n-ent "tati n^ 

,(1 A-vr,,>'iv"d a f^-'ii''^' *" "^ k 
th» federa' eovemmpnt for S"? - 
con ty assi-t in th» r tv's pu'^-ha'se 
cf G'«"'n Run Farm fro-n N^r'i'k. 

• W'-ntp <^f os im^olle t"*)'" 
t.\'\ OPO ii rer-o-al or; uerty taxes 
owed the city for more ttian five 
years. 

m Trsns'?n-°d S'' 000 m real 
p-tite taxes frrni \Yc treamrrt's 
r,ff\r^ to t}» clerk"'! office for k\- 

lectioa. I 

In rther f^mipv mitter:. c^indl 
rr<vio^ir<»d th" rh»sa'x^=' Wom- 
en's Cub for th^ir Donotion of tifi - 
noo 'f^r the rur^hnse t^' emii'>mer»t 
in fh» rJunpfd Bivrkle BoroiH^ 
liraw't L'S'^a"' Lsrrv M-n^s" 
1»3vs d» Crwipcilman sa^d "I >»dd 
n*v rerswal co»»9ratidations to the 
jrh thev hav«» done " 

Th<? xfn branch Urarv and a 
thifd pdk* npechwt .«tMk» iM 
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Binbmk Point Garden Club Lake Shores 



eSiONKX P0lfr-Th;rfy4our 
moBbH^ o! the Birdseck Psiat 
Gw>d«i C^b were present at the 
S>.:t!xnba- laeedaf ksM at the 
fccne itf Mrs. Kad S. mi»kr. Co- 
lH).t»3es were Mrs. H. W. Swotr 
f^eer, Un. Dwii St^nMit, Mrs. 
IL G. Dan^ Sr. and Mk. J. A. 

4tet. pre^^ded. 

13ie ddb ««s i^MMT^d ^ ]iiv- 

tag as speakers two outs:and:ng 
od.csrs of fte Virdaia Federation 
td Garden CIubs-5lrs. J. Edwaixi 
fite^ St., pres4eat ^ Tidewater 
Ostrict of the VL-^iBia Federa- 
rat«n; and Mrs. J.dn Wright, sec- 
oirf v\cf ^esJde« of the Sato 
Federation. 

Tj£y str?.K3d th-3 advantages of 
b:!oaging to a federated club as 
unity, participaton, and unJty in 
slate and national garden club 
activities. 

Tr.bites were pa'd to two of 
the Birdneck dub nnennbers who 
have been most active in state 
and national activities. Iliey are 
Mis. David aormcnt. a nationally 
accre£ted judge, and Mrs. J. D. 
Dee, St. 

Dekgates a-iointed to atteiui 
t'".e Tidewater District meeting to 
be held on Oct. 20 at the Monti- 
cello Hotel in Norfolk were Mrs. 
Ssnnont, Mrs. Gallup i^ Mrs. 
Rufus Kight 

Blue ribbon for ttie daas I ar- 
rangements <rf triangular design 
stressing color went to Mi^. Ki^t; 
red to Mrs. Galh^; and ydlow 
to Mrs. ^wocer Uott Hie Uik 
rMon iD das II desip far using 
an foDage wait to Mrs. Dee, and 
Mi^. Wakio Mowen was awarded 
ti«e«d-.. 

Aitns'lkir the year a>oon^>ass 



fiB suRpiM-t to the Wrpnia Beach 
Council of Gardsa Clubs for furth- 
er be»-„t'fication for t'le Crape 
Myrtle Trail, (:.s General H3j;:tal 
of Virginia Beach, and Birdneck 
Point. 



Lynnhaven 
Colony GC 

L\-\XKAVEN-Mrs N. E. Mur- 
rell wa? the ' o tcss !cr tie S:> 
tembcr meeting; cf Ly.nn'av^n Cil- 
onj- Ga;d?n Ciib h:id in her 
!-)m? ra^rently. Mrs. B. W. Will- 
:...^ was ca-hostess. 

"PrTi?;Ie of Dcz'.gn" was pre- 
sontrd througii slides and lecture 
by Mrs. P. L. Pierce. 

A blue ribbon for arrangement 
went to Mrs. B. 0. Parke; reds 
were awarded to Mrs. C D. Ral- 
ston, Mrs. E. W. Hansel, and Mrs. 
G. C:ndon; yellow went to Mrs. 
B. I. Waters; and green to Mrs. 
W. C. hselitz. In horticulture, Mrs. 
B. 0. Paree was awarded the 
blue ribi>3n and Mrs. C D. Pitts 
got the yellow. 



Garden Club 

" W'i '2Z - The first regular 
mecirj of Lak; 3iQres Gardan 
Cub was held in the home of tte 
B V jr^xient, Mrs. R. G. Dima- 
j3. M.S. M. C .^dams and Mrs. 
C. M. ^jg!e served as co-hos 
tc.-s;s. 

It wa; voted to hjlp mak3 
fO'"ib!e far eve.-7 patient in Vii 
gin'a to have a s.Tiali Oristnia 
trc: oa ti e:r tray :n Chr'sfna: 
d .y, V- coo;erating wiflj t''e \^- 
ginia St'alz F:d3.'at::;n of Gardcr. 
Clubs. 

Th: club al.-o v:t3d ti landscap 
li.. ent.-ancc of Like S'-orc3. 

M;k ng r.f cvtrgrc?n wreaths a' 
C.ir's.n 3s will b3 tiie cl> b"; .-naii 
f.nd rais'ng ^rjject this year. 

Those win.ning biue ribbons in 
arranjeTents were Mrs. Brown, 
Mrs. Wright, Mrs. K'eiman, Mrs. 
Lancaster, and Mrs. Dunaja. 

Rsd r bb-;ns in arrangements 
were awarded to Mrs. Sumner, 
Mrs. L?igh, Mrs. Peoples, Mrs. 
Welsh, Mrs. Parrett, Mrs. Hamil- 
ton, and Mrs. Mays. 

Fifteen blues in horticidture 
were civen. 




MRS. GEORGE ALDRIDGE, organist lor Gaiilee (center) and fnends enjoy the oysters and other 
delicacies prepared by the Men of Galilee. 



Meets Today 

VIRGINL\ BK-VCH - The Sep- 
tember meeting of the Women's 
Damocratic Oub of Virginia 
Beach will be heW TTiursday, Sep- 
tember 29. at the Black .'^ngus 
Restaurant at 11:30 a.m. 

.The $2 fees includes lunch, tax 
and tip. 



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cnMNiible of diamond engagement ring with its pristine 
iinis de¥M4y intnloclcBd M^ttt a diamond wedding ring of 
trankendJOTt beatrty. Two rings are joined in one, as two 
lives b^i as one. 

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Thalia GC 

LYNNHAVEN — A new, more 
formal, approach to creating 
dried plaques was introduced to 
the members of Thalia Garden 
Club at its recently hdd meeting 
at Thalia Methodist Church. Mrs. 
J. T. Wright presented tfie dried 
material arranged on a silk back- 
ground, instead of the usual bur- 
lap, and surrriunded by a gold 
frame. She also displayed porce- 
lain flowers in arrangements. Rec- 
ipe for the procedure was given. 

Business conducted included 
etecting Mrs. J. D. Matthews as 
delegate to Norfolk Federation 
meeting held Sept. 22. Mrs. R. A. 
Ellis wjU attend the Tidewatsr 
District meeting October 20 as the 
etected delegate. 

MenrJbers voted to make a ten 
dollar donatkm towards a VPI 
horticulture sdi^ffi-sh^. 

Tile Propiessbe hmcheon Tour 
will be Cidd NovenAer 9 at the 
homes of Mrs. Marshall W^ers, 
Mrs. E. CaKgari aod Mrs. F. L. 
Leonard. 

Bkie ribbons ia arrangements 
went to Mrs. N. P. Amato with 
the red r^Mjon being awarded to 
^wO^ T. Br». Mrs, M. M. 
omwan, Mrs. GaydsWICarty^and 
Mrs. J. D. Matthews were win- 
new of hortKulture ribbcma. 



Slides Benefit Ho^. 

VIRGffl>rU BEl*^3I-A caterful 
Aim of slides will be preaeated 
by Mrs. Lawrence F. Tucker on 
Monday, October 3, at 12:30 p.m. 
m Eastern Shore Cbapd <mi Las- 
kin road. 

"By Freighter to South Africa 
and Safari" is sponsored by the 
Council of Garden Clubs and 
Beautification Commission of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

A oiffee hour will proceed the 
shewing. 

A donatio of $1 will cover both 
the coffee and the showing viach 
is open to the pi*lic. 

Proceeds %wll benefit the land- 
scaping of the General Ho^»tal ef 
Virginia Beadi. 



Busy Fall 
For Dome 

VCRGLNIA BEACH - San Scott, 
director of the Alan B. 9iepard 
Civic Center says the facility will 
have a busy winter this year, host- 
mg several musical shows, dinners, 
conventions and the like. 

The fall lineup includes: Dono- 
cratic Dinner. Oct. 18; Cabaret 
Follies (presented by the Princess 
Anne Woman's Club), Oct. 19, 20, 
21 and 22; Virgii»a Beach Antk|ue 
Shew, Oct. 26-a; Virpnla State 
Board of Accountants Exam, Nov. 
2 and 3; Industrial Show, Nov. 10- 
12. I 

Also the Baptist General Assopia- 
tion of Virginia Convention Nov. 
W-17; WGH Top 30 Revnue. Nov. 
23; and the annutd Virginia Beach 
Fire Department dance Nov. 26 

Whispering Pines 
Garden Club 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tlie Whisp- 
ering Pines Garden Cktb began 
its new year on September 13 
with an arrangement clinic at 
the home of Mrs. W. 0. Slant. 

Past President, Mrs. S. W. Fer- 
guson, conducted the clinic and 
guided members in the creation 
of several flower arrangements 
using both fresh and artifidal 
materials. 

Preceding the program. Mrs 
C. L. . Wckiss, Jr., secwid vice 
president, presided over tlie busi- 
ness meeting. 

And informal luncheon was serv- 
ed by Mrs. Stant, assisted by her 
mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Sevens. 



GAR WtNM) wUh Kal^ HA it. 



Flower Art Show Sal And Sun. 



THALIA— TTje first art Aow in 

Tidewater using plant material 
and flowers, instead of oil paint 
and watercolor, will be held Sat- 
urday and Sunday, October 1 and 
2, in Thalia Elementary school. 
Saturday hours are from 3 to 9 
p.m.; Sunday 1 to 9 p.m. 

The Council of Garden Clubs of 
Virginia Beach will present "Art 
It: rough Flowers" with sculpture, 
collages, abstract, oriental designs 
and tnaditkinal designs interpreted 
with flowers. 

Junior garden clubbws will show 
tiieir £kill in intscpreting "Fairy 
tale Pictures", "Finger Painting", 



DE Teachers To 
Hear Lowenthal 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Dis- 
tributive Educatiwi teachers of 
Norfolk, Vir^ia JBeaoh and East- 
ern Shore will hear an address 
Friday, September 30 by H. Jos- 
eph Lowenthal, Jr., Managing Ed- 
itor of the Virginia Beacb Son. 

The DE teacters of District L 
will be gathered in a department 
meeting at Muary High School 
Friday morning at Moury High 
School. 

Besides the speedh by Lowen- 
thal, the group will also riect new 
officers, according to Stanley Fu- 
trell, pee3«it chaoman and DG 
coordinator at C<n iQ^ in Vk- 
ginia Beadi. 



and "CtAor Me Pall". 

A clj^ entitled "(kmdhna Mos- 
es" will be vgea to ^ankncrihers 
only. 

Mrs. George H. HaRHHon aod 
Mrs. PMn^ liorris of tbe sched- 
ule oommittee received tbeir in- 
spiratoB baai the Boerdwatt; Art 

Show. 

lite riiow will be open to the 
public. Tkiketfi naay be jwrdiased 

at the door. 

Proceeds will be used for the 
continued beautification of the 
General Hospital of Virgirua 
B^ach and other beuitificetion 
projects. 



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By Caasanfra 

Men of Galilee, the sturdy, 
thoivjhl-provcking aomenclature 
for Galiles Episcopal church's 
men's cW>. itaged a "GetUng to 
KdowYob" oystar Raast for their 
a Ji^f last vedt. (duUren were 
;ked in bed at home so there 
re no lost little ones snitching 
:tra food and drinks in the maor 
• cf the very jHJung). 
The setting w» in the extreme 
ar of the church ground? faiing 
My road. We climbed the hill 
iod joind Dan and Ann Jor'<pn, 
mjfortrily dressed in attractive 
orl clothes as they jarkad their 
r Tha ngiit was p'.re "harvest 
. on" \ve:;li:r. La k'ng drwn 
vard I'ie valley, W3 beh3id Col- 
uael Ed Dillon attired in br:wn 
shorts and . ;ort shirt seated at a 
bridge t:t>!e graciously colleeting 
a min'mu-Ti flonaticn from the ap- 
proximately 250 Galilesans and 
their guasts who attended. 

Mn. WkM, in an ordud gb^ 
isffl, was buzzfaig vound h^jlflg 
everyone find the bog triiies 
ilaoed under a large brwn caM- 
y (couriey of Princess Anne Me- 
morial Park) where ma-timoth 
«ms of potato salad, Boston bafc>d 
bean a ia Peter De Witt, bat 
rolls and halves of gokfen brown 
fried diicken iKTe awkilsag the 
lines of happy cmgamers. 

Cleveriy coaabTicted lanterns 
made of can&a piaced in sand 
with shades of brown paper bi^, 
surrounded tiie eiAire area. Mem- 
bers Of the YtJilth Felkwship 
greup, M tUvniB i m , Junes KMdh 
ea, Jr. ami Kkky boger, made 
then. 

Oedc cbaks wepe available for 
thoae who wiabed to ait, and young 
people perdbed en car hoods, 
chattk^ and laughing as tiiey 
planned winter dmrch activities. 
Gar Wmi was arcing Katky Hd 
to 'liave notber dudcen 1^"... 
Mn. Dantt^ Mnmqr and her 
daii^tos, Ifafe. W aiffcM LeHu 
and Kb*. Ueia Mnd. witii Mrs. 
Hcary BayUa and iMon Forreat 
sat in a circle, old friends getting 
reacquainted after summer. Wv- 




ficld Leeke is treasurer of Galilee, 
Cat. INiiaa is treasurer d the Men 
of Galilee. Janes McComiell frtsn 
Mian>! escorted Marlon Townaead. 

He was plea^ with the growth 
of VirguBa Beach. 

What about the oyst»-s? W^ a 
tall brick chimney, a relic of a 
razed home, complete with large 
i>ridc patio, 'housed the ciiarc-oal 
fire «l.:ere o'efs Charles VfrMy, 
Maartce Jacksan, Irvfai Geivtry, 
Charles Griiam, Porcher Grejg, 
Douglas Hubard, Burhs Withers 
and others weFs cooking barrtls 
of oysters and serving them to 
ail the ladies. 

T.13 Paul De Witts, Naomi pretty 
in colorrul s'ort slacks, the Pelsr 
D.sW;(ts, Mrs. Jackson, Mi^. 
Cr:gg, Mrs. WU»:ers, the Pterre 
Cronse^bergs, Mrs. Vemay, (he 
Frank Bra^s, the Hugh Mere- 
diUis. t'e Rabert Taykrs, ths 
Richard Taylces, the FVldii^ Jet- 
ers. the George Aldrid^. the 
leelt Tw^/kn. Jala l^eher Mrs. 
KitfQr Hid. ffie Eitm Tug- 
nna. tiie iMkwt Peabodys 
Cdwd Jkku R. Mhijr (Ua\ ret) 
and Mm. RBey, and their guesti, 
C^ptabi (VSN ret) and Mrs. Jack 
Eady. and Miaa Sae Bnefcs v!^Te 
a frv of tiiose eafyyit^ ttie com- 
radane and h^nptaltty d Ae spicy 
Autumn e\miii^. 



North Alarmn GC 

LVNNiHAVEN - Itefft Alanton 
Garden C9ub hekJ fts first regular 
meeting of tMs year m Wednes- 
day, September 21. Ctfficers elect- 
ed to serve are Mrs. C T. Deary, 
presklent; livs, G. O. Davis, vice 
preadent; Mrs. C. W. Jernigan, 
second vice pRssdent; Mrs. R. M. 
Warr«i, treasurer; and Mrs. A. 
Donnan, historian. 

Mrs. George Altheide re- 
ceived tbe bert in show 
award, and Idue i4b(ms were won 
iqr Mrs. Jenngan, Mrs. Margaret 
Camp, Mrs. D. B. Boykin, Mrs. 
J. N. AIwo, Mrs. E. H. Overbay, 
Mrs. J. M. Wood, Ibrs. Deary and 
Mrs. Altheide. 



THE JHEOSOPHICAL 
SOCIETY 

invites you to attend a 
Free Public Lecture 




'REfNCARNATJON' 



Rational Basis for Hope" 

by 

Mr. & Mrs. Felix Layton 

World Travelers and Lecturers 



Friday, Sept. 30 

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By ALICE BREWER WHITE 




SNIPPY TOE — A short, square toe in glossy black calf has the 
fine good looks of the whole pretty little pump st<H7 for fall. It's 
U^iped wtth a bow and has a two colour heel. The shoe is by Herbert 
Levine and is a National Shoe Institute Selection. 



The vitality of the young has 
brought a spirited freshness to the 
world of fashion and has made 
it fun and practical for women of 
all ages. Tlie whole key to today's 
fashion is balance. The shortened 
hemlines (that are here to ^ay, 
by the way) bring legs into focus. 
With legs dominating the picture, 
a footwear wardrobe becomes a 
necessity. You collect shoes now 
as you collect stockings— because 
they balance your costume— be- 
cause the wrong shoe can ruin the 
best of fashion's new ideas. 

For Fall, designers offer shoes 
that have never been more shape- 
ly, more colorful, more comforta- 
ble, or more irresistable. Accord- 



ing to the National Shoe Institute, 
basic to fashion now is the pretty 
little pump, worked out in angled 
shapes, round toes and sHditly 
blocky heels. There is the tender 
strap. Straps come whirling into 
Autumn in endless new ways. 
They can ride across the toes or 
race up to ankle height. Then there 
are the double straps buttoned the 
old-fashioned button-hook way. 
There is the sturdy shoe, the one 
most rounded at the toe and 
heaviest at the heel. The oxfords 
that we alj dreaded wearing for 
school, ^ now perfect for pant- 
suits an^ kilt skirts in tiiis sea- 
sons's b^t ooIot and texture com- 
binations. 



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• TEAL TRAINA • FOXRIDGE 

• FRANK GALLANT • OLEG CASSINI 

"We Clothe Tidcivater's Smartest IVoiucn' 

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307 LasUn Road 



Phone 428-6911 




CHILDLIKE - Thd'r%hole idea of the walled toe is that K gives 
the fooia small chHdlike quality. The double strap wd the museum 
heel emphasfae the tiieory. Ilie shoe in cyclamen red and by 
Customcraft Is a National Sbat Institute SetectioB. 



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from tip to toe Cocktail Clothes 




317 Luskin Road 

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Classic nnoccasins have tassels 
and kilties, leather covered buc- 
kles, and brassy snafQe bits 
across prominent tongues. Fred 
Astaire spats are neat in con- 
trasting colors triimned with 
gleaming buttons. W^^tom detailr 
ing is seen in the new boots. 
Tliere are lady-lifce "Viva Maria" 
boots, like granny used to wear, 
that lace way up the front and 
are trimmed with scrolls and set 
on curvey heels. Some of the 
maddest ideas are the see-through 
vinyls,, airily trimmed with stitch- 
ing or clearly invisible for wildly 
patterned stockings. Scads of ev- 
ery color in the rainbow, the 
brighter the better! Just no telling 
what your tootsies will be ^wrting 
this next season! 

FASHION FLASH 

Why not drop by the Fad and 
Fashion Shop, RoUiins Comer, and 
let owno" Doris Zorn show you 
those snappy high style Don So- 
phisticate fashions? liiey're smart 
as can be and have ploity of ap- 
peal. Here you'll find oixiles of 
neat sportswear and coordinates 
galore in sizes three to eighteen 
as wdl as the junior sues and 
missies. Lingerie and hosiery gifts 
in good taste and the Oleg Cas- 
sini and Lady Hathaway lounging 
slacks with dressy tops are most 
flattering to tiie gal who likes to 
lounge and entertain at home. To- 
night, Thursday, Fad and Fashion 
will be open til nine o'clock. iDay- 
times the shop is open from ^ne- 
thirty mornings til sbc^hirty evai- 
ings. It's a fairly new fashion shop 
in Tidewater and well worth a 
visit! For -a pleasSiig selectk>n 
of fashiobs to get your new season 
on the way, may we suggest you 
take a pedc at The Clothing 
Chest's young l